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Joe Carbonara
Joe Carbonara
Editorial Director
Foodservice Equipment & Supplies Magazine
Kris Ankeny Panelist
Kris Ankeny
Director of Food and Nutrition
Reid Health
Melinda Leonard Panelist
Melinda Leonard
Director of Dining Services
Phillips Exeter Academy
Andrew Shakman Panelist
Andrew Shakman
Co-Founder & CEO

Andrew Shakman is a food waste prevention advocate and the CEO of LeanPath, a foodservice technology company based in Portland, Oregon. In 2004, LeanPath invented the world’s first automated food waste tracking technology and today provides a complete food waste prevention platform including data collection hardware tools, cloud-based waste analytics and on-site coaching. LeanPath technology is installed in over 1,200 kitchens, in more than 20 countries with clients including IKEA, Aramark, Sodexo and Google. Since 2014 alone, LeanPath has empowered culinary teams to prevent 20 million pounds of food from being wasted.

Andrew speaks frequently at educational events on food waste management, and LeanPath data has been used to inform research by the NRDC, ReFED and others.