2018 Sound Food Uprising Summit Schedule


Check-in and breakfast

Doors open at Fremont Studios at 9 am


OPENING PLENARY SESSION

  • Why here? Why us? Why now? Kurt Beecher Dammeier, The Beecher's Foundation
  • What can the food change movement learn from the tobacco wars? Dr. Jonathan Bricker, Fred Hutch
  • How social movements tip into the mainstream: Why do some movements impact the world while others fizzle out? Carrie Melissa Jones, Gather Community Consulting
  • Why is food the central ingredient of justice? Dr. Ben Danielson, Seattle Children's Odessa Brown Children's Clinic

Introductions by Gabby Moorhead, Grand Central Bakery


BREAK

Record a food memory, snap a food future photo

-and-

Visit Book Larder's pop-up, plus booths featuring interactive activities with The Pantry, Firefly Kitchens and Evergreens


THE SOUND FOOD UPRISING

Sara Morris, The Beecher's Foundation


chop, mix & taste

Learning by doing: knife skills & cooking

Kelly Lake, The Beecher's Foundation


lunch


BREAK

Record a food memory, snap a food future photo

-and-

Visit Book Larder's pop-up, plus booths featuring interactive activities with The Pantry, Firefly Kitchens and Evergreens


ON THE GROUND PART 1

Panels and fireside chat breakout sessions

A. Access, choice & power: Let's talk about equality in the food system

  • Mariela Hernandez Bartolomei, Seattle Children's
  • Lisa Chen, FEEST
  • Eu-wanda Eagans, Northwest Harvest

Moderator: Belinda Chin

B. Food values in business: How does one Pacific Northwest-based restaurant chain live out its food philosophy?

  • Jill Taylor, Burgerville
  • Hillary Barbour, Burgerville

Moderator: Kurt Beecher Dammeier

C. The policy context: How does federal, state and local food policy help or hinder healthy eating?

  • Russ Lehman, Policy Expert
  • Mike Lufkin, King County
  • Monica Mills, Food Policy Action

Moderator: Christie Aschwanden


BREAK

Record a food memory, snap a food future photo

-and-

Visit Book Larder's pop-up, plus booths featuring interactive activities with The Pantry, Firefly Kitchens and Evergreens


On the Ground Part 2

Panels and fireside chat breakout sessions

A: Schools as role models: How can the cafeteria become a classroom?

  • Joe Rieke, (know)food
  • Erik Tanaka, Tom Douglas Restaurants
  • Almeta Tulloss, Seed Life Skills

Moderator: Monica Mills

B. Transparency in the restaurant and beverage industry: Do we want to know?

  • Shawn Mead, Vif
  • Sara Nelson, Fremont Brewing
  • Ethan Stowell, Ethan Stowell Restaurants

Moderator: Christie Ashwanden

C: Our food supply: What’s needed to supply clean, affordable food to everyone?

  • Trudy Bialic, PCC
  • Dr. Stephen Jones, Bread Lab

Moderator: Tom Douglas


Closing remarks & cocktail hour

Delvon Lamarr Organ Trio