Alon is a food system expert and an environmental scientist with research interests in food, ecology, and sustainability. His research efforts are devoted to understanding the links between nutrition and environment and advancing quantitative research to inform policy towards sustainable food systems. He completed his PhD at the Weizmann Institute of Science and pursued a postdoc fellowship at the T. H. Chan school of public health at Harvard. He is currently a PI at the Department of Environmental Studies at the Porter school of the Environment and Earth Sciences. Apart from his academic roles, he is the chair of the Israeli Forum for Sustainable Nutrition.
Osnat has a B.Sc in Biology and Economics from the Hebrew University and a MBA from Tel Aviv University. She studies the relationship between agrobiodiversity, nutrition and environment in the USA food system. Prior to her studies she managed a VC company portfolio and specialized in financial risk.
Galia Cukierman is an expert in Urban Agriculture and in Quality & Sustainability management in the food industry with teaching experience at the Hebrew University and at governmental and professional activities.
She studied B.Sc. at the Technion and M.Sc. in the faculty of Agriculture, Food, and Environment at the Hebrew University. Her PhD focuses on understanding the contribution of community gardens to achieving sustainability.
Galia is a TEDx organizer, leading events for environmental and social change (TEDxHiriya, TEDxJaffa about smart and sustainable cities, and two events of TEDxWomen for gender justice).