The main road leading to the Myrdal Family Farm in NE North Dakota
A 100 year-old barn from a ranch in Wyoming
A Myrdal Brothers combine harvesting wheat (August 2013)
Olives ready to harvest in an orchard in Northern California
A wheat field ready for harvest in NE North Dakota (August 2013)

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I have known Amy throughout much of her career, most recently in her role at the Culinary Institute of America (Greystone campus). She has extensive experience in the areas of nutrition, culinary, and communications. Amy has gained the highest respect from executive chefs, R&D menu developers and business leaders across the foodservice industry including large restaurant chains, campus dining, and other volume foodservice operations. We have worked together on several projects, including nutrition communications, new product evaluation, and development, and strategic planning, I find her to be a seasoned professional, balancing a serious focus on strategy with a sense of purpose and humor.

Robert Verloop
Produce Industry Marketing Executive

As an attendee of multiple conferences Amy hosted at the Culinary Institute of America, I admired her poise, stage presence and professional style. Her gracious, approachable manner (and great sense of humor) inspired me to invite Amy to emcee the 2017 IDEA World Nutrition & Behavior Change Summit. She's also a wonderful speaker with strong, relevant material, so we invited her to give our opening plenary address as well!

Sandy Todd Webster
Editor in Chief
IDEA Health & Fitness Association

I've worked with Amy for many years on foodservice engagement projects focused on increasing use of produce. She's got amazing relationships with volume foodservice leaders as well as chefs across the country. Working with Amy is always a pleasure. She knows how to have fun while doing hard work that produces a return on investment of time and money.

Wendy Reinhardt Kapsak, MS,RDN
President & CEO
Produce for Better Health Foundation

Amy writes a monthly column for Produce Business magazine that has been widely praised by foodservice operators and retailers alike. She's an engaging writer with a creative bent and deep reservoir of knowledge about all things culinary. I highly recommend her for writing projects, especially if it involves food and flavor trends. She's a top-notch professional who never disappoints.

Ellen Koteff
Vice President Editorial
Phoenix Media Network, Inc.