2020–2021 Food Law Society Board

Glen Ready
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Glen (J.D. 2022) is from Scribner, Nebraska, a town of 800 people. He grew up on a family farm raising hogs and growing corn and soybeans. He attended the University of Nebraska – Lincoln, where he studied Agricultural Economics and public policy. After graduating, he worked for a year at the Center for Rural Affairs doing work on Farm Bill conservation and sustainability. Since coming to law school, he’s continued to expand on his interests of farm sustainability and agriculture’s ability to help address climate change. He’s also interested in food justice initiatives around food access and healthy food initiatives.

Vice President                                       
Suzanne Donahue
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Suzanne (J.D. 2021) has a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration from UC Berkeley, where she graduated with a minor in Conservation and Resource Studies. While at Berkeley, she became passionate about public health, sustainability, and corporate social responsibility in the food industry. She was previously on the board of directors of a 501(c)(3) nonprofit community-run grocery store, and of an organization which provided management consulting services to food-justice oriented startups in California’s Bay Area. She has also taught an undergraduate course in Berkeley’s Nutrition Science department which examined the food system through anthropological, sociological, and political lenses. At Harvard Law School, she continues to develop her interest in food business and policy.

Jack Becker
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Jack (J.D. 2022) grew up in Basking Ridge, NJ (the one and only Garden State).  He first became interested in food law while taking nutrition classes at the University of Pennsylvania, where he studied Science, Technology, and Society and minored in Nutrition and Cognitive Science.  After college, he worked for Champions Action Network and the Boomer Esiason Foundation raising money for cystic fibrosis.  His main interests in food law include food labeling, food advertising, supplement regulation, and nutrition education.  Following his 1L year, he worked on class action litigation focused on food labeling consumer protection for The Weston Firm.

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