Encore: What's New at Change Food with Diane Hatz
October 18, 2016
Hosted by Sandra Guy Malhotra, Ph.D.
What's New at Change Food will feature founder and Executive Director Diane Hatz. It's been 1 year since we spoke to Diane and exciting things are happening. For example, the successful TEDxManhattan event has been retired and a 3-day Change Food Fest is scheduled for November. Diane will provide all the details about what promises to be an impactful and fun event. She will also discuss all of the resources available at ChangeFood.org for those passionate about fixing our food supply. We will review big wins for 2015, and the issues confronting our farming systems and food supply for 2016 and beyond. Join us to learn more about what is in store for Change Food and how to get more involved in the food movement, so we can all Eat Well and Prosper!
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Sandra Guy Malhotra, Ph.D.
Sandra is a classically-trained scientist, having earned a B.S. and Ph.D. in Materials Science and Engineering. As an engineering student, she learned the fundamentals of inquiry using the scientific method, experiment planning, data analysis, and critical thinking. Most importantly, she learned to examine problems from many different angles, to question assumptions, and to prove hypotheses. Sandra relied upon these skills as a development engineer at IBM Microelectronics for 9 years and as a Director of Technology at Intermolecular, Inc. for 8 years. She managed high-performing teams and complex projects, and is a co-inventor of 50 patents and co-author of 30 scholarly publications.
Sandra has always been passionate about keeping her body, mind and spirit in balance through nutrition, exercise, spiritual reconnection, and holistic healing techniques. As a result of personal experience and research using her analytical skillset, she became convinced that this whole body approach is the most effective way to maintain health and treat the root causes of disease. She founded W Cubed, Inc. and W Cubed Outreach, Inc. with the mission of providing awareness about issues with our food supply; providing guidance about regenerating body, mind, and spirit to prevent and treat disease; making holistic healing more accessible; and providing financial assistance to those who could benefit from access to holistic health care.