Welcome to the

2020 Farmed Animal Conference E-Summit

The Future of the Farmed Animal Movement


  1. Purchase the Summit Pack (as a bonus you'll get some great perks from our speakers like eBooks and more).
  2. Receive lifetime access to all 20 talks featuring our guest experts.

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The critical issues affecting farmed animals are only increasing during this global pandemic, and as animal activists, vegans, environmentalists, and plant-based eaters we know we must do more. But what? And how? 

Join the movement’s leading experts if you want to learn:

  • How to be a more effective and strategic advocate 
  • How to educate and empower others to make a change
  • How to influence law and policy decisions affecting animals
  • How to organize a successful campaign
  • How to amplify your and your organization’s voice with social media
  • How to work hands-on with farmed animals
  • How to find your perfect role in the movement
  • How to talk with friends, family, even your doctor about a vegan diet!



Jane Velez-Mitchell

Best-Selling Author and Founder of JaneUnChained


Kim Sturla

Co-Founder and Executive Director of Animal Place

Jasmin Singer

Jasmin Singer

Author, Editor and Co-Founder of Our Hen House

Ronnie Tsunami

Ron Gandiza

CEO and Co-Founder of the Plant-Based Network

Genesis Butler

Genesis Butler

Animal Rights and Climate Activist

Our Topics & Guest Experts On

The Future of the Farmed Animal Movement



Peter Singer

Professor of Bioethics, Princeton University and author, Animal Liberation

Food Fight: Vegans VS Industry

Miyoko Schinner

Miyoko Schinner

Author, Chef and Founder of Miyoko's Creamery

Ethical Business for Farmed Animals


Seth Tibbott

Founder and Chairman of Tofurky

Dealing with the Ag Industry


Kelcie Leach

Program Director of Animal Place

Health-Based Outreach


Neal Barnard, MD, FACC

President of the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM)

Animal Law

Joyce Tischler

Joyce Tischler

Professor of Practice, Animal Law, Center for Animal Law Studies at Lewis & Clark Law School

Documentaries for Outreach


Kip Andersen

Producer, AUM Films, Co-director of Cowspiracy and What The Health

Bearing Witness


Anita Krajnc

Founder of Toronto Pig Save

Documentaries for Outreach

Keegan Kuhn

Keegan Kuhn

Co-director of Cowspiracy, What The Health, They're Trying To Kill Us, Running For Good

Challenging Carnism


Melanie Joy, PhD

Psychologist, Author, Theorist, Educator

Social Media Activism

John Oberg

John Oberg

Animal Advocate, Influencer and Social Media Professional

Veganism as Empowerment

Brenda Sanders

Brenda Sanders

Founder and President of the Afro-Vegan Society

Farmed Animal Behavior

Jeffrey Masson

Jeffrey Moussaieff Masson

Ph.D. and Bestselling Author

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion


Michelle Rojas-Soto, M.S.

Managing Director of Encompass

Environmental Impact of Animal Ag

Louie Psihoyos

Louie Psihoyos

Executive Director of the Oceanic Preservation Society and Director of The Game Changers

Food as a Social Justice Issue


Dawn Moncrief

Board Director and President of A Well Fed World

Farmed Animal Emotions


Marc Bekoff, Ph.D.

Animal Behaviorist and Co-founder of the Ethologists for the Ethical Treatment of Animals

Accessibility of Veganism


Toni Okamoto

Author and Founder of Plant-Based On a Budget

Citizen Advocacy


Jennifer Fearing

President of Fearless Advocacy

Sanctuaries as Changemakers

Kim Sturla

Kim Sturla

Executive Director and Co-Founder of Animal Place


How It Works

  1. Purchase the Summit Pack (as a bonus you'll get some great perks from our speakers like eBooks and more).
  2. Receive lifetime access to all 20 talks featuring our guest experts.

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.