Save the Date • August 2-8, 2021

2021 Farmed Animal Conference E-Summit

THE CHANGEMAKERS

Register today and be the first to hear when speakers are announced. It’s free and packed with information on making change for farmed animals!

Animal Place’s Farmed Animal Conference E-Summit features more than 30 experts – scientists, journalists, filmmakers, activists, CEOs, and more.

We're focused on making positive change, for animals, our planet, and our bodies. And our speakers are going to share their best advice for building our movement, increasing visibility, and supporting each other. We’re also introducing some exciting new concepts in plant-based food, from the soil and from the laboratory.

Register now and you’ll get all the details by email.

Featuring Our Guest Experts

His Life for Animals

Moby

Moby

Musician, Activist

Farmed Animal Issues

Jane Velez-Mitchell

Jane Velez-Mitchell

Founder, JaneUnchained

Are They Trying to Kill Us?

John Lewis

John Lewis

Filmmaker

The Vegan Big Tent

Sherry Colb

Sherry Colb

Professor, Cornell Law School

Fixing Our Movement's Visibility Problem

Ana Bradley

Ana Bradley

Sentient Media

Getting the Message Out with Online Activism

Nina Jackel

Nina Jackel

Founder and President, Lady Freethinker

Supporting New Vegans and Vegetarians

Dr. Jo Anderson

Dr. Jo Anderson

Research Director, Faunalytics

Chicken Thoughts

Lori Marino

Lori Marino

Neuroscientist

Anti-Oppression & Animal Rights

Christopher Soul Eubanks

Christopher "Soul" Eubanks

Community Organizer

How to Save Bees (and how not to)

Charlotte De Keyzer

Charlotte De Keyzer, Ph.D.

Ecology Scientist

Aquatic Animal Protection

Kathy Hessler

Kathy Hessler

Professor & Director, Animal Law Clinic, Aquatic Animal Law Initiative, Center for Animal Law Studies, Lewis & Clark Law School

Undercover Investigations

Sean Thomas

Sean Thomas

Director of Investigations, Animal Equality

The Business of Kindness

Philip Wollen

Philip Wollen

Philanthropic Humanitarian

Wooganism and Other Vegan Conspiracy Theories

Christopher Sebastian

Christopher Sebastian

Journalist

Understanding Aquaculture

Mary Finelli

Mary Finelli

President, Fish Feel

The Henmaid's Tale

Karen Davis

Karen Davis

President, United Poultry Concerns

Are They Trying to Kill Us?

Keegan Kuhn

Keegan Kuhn

Filmmaker

The Tao of Persuasion

Shaun Monson

Shaun Monson

Filmmaker

Vegans for Black Lives Matter

Gwenna Hunter

Gwenna Hunter

Founder, Vegans for Black Lives Matter

The Vegan Big Tent

Michael C. Dorf

Michael C. Dorf

Professor, Cornell Law School

The Problem with Pet Food

Shannon Falconer

Shannon Falconer

CEO and Cofounder, Because, Animals

Featuring Our Panelists

Changemaking Plant-Based Food Companies

Miyoko Schinner

Miyoko Schinner

CEO and Founder, Miyoko's

Mitchell Scott

Mitchell Scott

CEO and Cofounder, The Very Good Food Co.

Christie Lagally

Christie Lagally

Founder and CEO, Rebellyous Foods

Nicole Sopko

Nicole Sopko

Vice President, Upton's Naturals

Food Technology for Change

Stephanie Michelsen

Stephanie Michelsen

Co-Founder & CEO, Jellatech

Arturo Elizondo

Arturo Elizondo

CEO, Clara Foods

Anne Palermo

Anne Palermo

Co-Founder & CEO, AquaCultured Foods

Ka Yi Ling

Ka Yi Ling, Ph.D.

CTO & Co-founder, Shiok Meats

Winning Pet Lovers - Food For Thought (from Animal Place)

Todd Stosuy

Officer Todd Stosuy

Field Services Manager, Santa Cruz County Animal Shelter

Tim Woodward

Tim Woodward

Executive Director, Animal Rescue Corps

Crystal Kozlak

Crystal Kozlak

Program Manager, Animal Place's Food for Thought Program

Hosted By

Kim-Sturla

Kim Sturla

Co-Founder and Executive Director of Animal Place

kelcie-leach

Kelcie Leach

Program Director of Animal Place

Kezia Jauron

Kezia Jauron

FACES Co-Producer and Principal, Evolotus PR

Ronnie Tsunami

Ron Gandiza

CEO and Co-Founder of the Plant-Based Network (PBNet)

About Animal Place

Animal Place, founded in 1989, is one of the oldest and largest animal sanctuaries in the nation, operating a 600-acre sanctuary in Grass Valley, California, a 12-acre animal shelter in Petaluma, California, and an all-vegan market in Berkeley, California. Animal Place fills a much-needed niche of farmed animal rescue, sanctuary, education, and adoption. Animals arrive from small and large farms, slaughterhouses, research facilities, and neglect or cruelty cases. Just in the past 10 years Animal Place has saved more than 28,000 animals. Animal Place – named best farm sanctuary in the country by Best in Shelter – is a nonprofit 501c3 organization funded by private donors. For more information, visit www.animalplace.org.

Did You Miss the 2020 Summit?

You can still get lifetime access to all 20 talks by buying the summit pack. It’s 20 interviews with our movement’s most insightful experts for only $97, and best of all, your purchase directly helps farmed animals.