Adam Kesselman is the Executive Director of the Center for Ecoliteracy, a non-profit dedicated to cultivating education for sustainable living in K-12 schools. He brings 15 years of sustainable food business entrepreneurship and a track record of fostering partnerships with community and environmental leaders. Throughout his career promoting local food systems, he has been inspired to cultivate the rich narrative between food, culture, health, and the environment. Since 2012, Adam has helped guide the Center for Ecoliteracy’s programming and advocacy work. Prior to that, Adam founded a consultancy focused on elevating K-12 food service and natural food product development. Through his leadership, he pursues opportunities for the Center for Ecoliteracy to further ecological education and promote systems change. A chef and an avid outdoor enthusiast, he can often be found experimenting in the kitchen and exploring nature’s wild places with his wife and daughter.