Welcome to the final episode of our new XPRIZE podcast series, Not Going Back To Normal, Imagining Life After COVID-19, featuring Caroline Kolta.
In this episode, Caroline questions what role our food system played in leading to COVID-19, and what the future of our food systems will look like as we emerge from the pandemic. Caroline’s own work in food and agriculture led her to realize that it’s time to recognize the interconnectedness of animal health, people’s health, and planetary health.
Caroline Kolta comes to the XPRIZE Foundation with over 5 years of experience in development programming in the Middle East and North Africa. As a member of the Global Impact Strategy team, she will contribute to XPRIZE’s prize design and global impact strategies and processes.
Prior to joining XPRIZE, she worked with the Carter Center, UNICEF, and other nonprofits as a researcher, program officer, and policy advisor. She is interested in advancing human rights and freedoms, civic engagement, and empowering marginalized populations. She holds a Bachelor of Political Science from Cairo University and a master’s degree in Sustainable International Development and Conflict Resolution and Coexistence from the Heller School for Social Policy and Management at Brandeis University.
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