Adam Kesselman

Sustainable Food Systems Entrepreneur

Adam is an entrepreneur and organizational leader with a passion for stimulating systems change, solving big problems that bring value to people’s lives, and creating delicious food that delights. His career has criss-crossed the intimacy of taste, the culture of food, and the breadth of large scale social innovation. Adam is currently leading Emes Nutrition, a healthy snacking company founded on the belief that every eating occasion is an opportunity for pleasure, for health, and to connect our values with our choices. Formerly, Adam was the Executive Director of the Center for Ecoliteracy, a non-profit dedicated to education for sustainable living and school food reform, and recent co-sponsor of California’s School Meals for All Act of 2021 that led to California becoming the first state in the nation to fund Universal Free School Meals.  Adam is currently a member of Turning Green’s Board of Directors.