Sarah Nolet is the founder and CEO of AgThentic, a boutique consultancy focused on food system innovation. AgThentic provides business development support for startups, investors, and established companies, with the goal of building a robust food and agriculture innovation ecosystem. Sarah was President of the MIT Food and Agriculture Club, launched the MIT-Rabobank Food and Agribusiness Innovation Prize, and was Managing Director of the MIT Sustainability Summit in 2016. Prior to this, Sarah was a Product Manager and Systems Engineer at Charles River Analytics in Boston. Sarah is also a writer and speaker. You can find her work at AgFunder, the Stanford Social Innovation Review, and The Food Rush. She has a Masters in System Design and Management from MIT, and a B.S. in both Computer Science and Human Factors Engineering from Tufts University. Outside of food systems, Sarah loves backpacking and all things sports. She was a college varsity athlete in soccer, basketball, and track and field and an All-American soccer player, and will still happily kick or throw a ball around with anyone willing.