Renske Lynde has worked as an advocate for a healthier & more sustainable food system for 20+ years. She is co-founder of Food System 6, a non-profit accelerator based in the SF Bay Area that supports mission-driven entrepreneurs from around the world transforming how we grow, produce and distribute food. Renske is an active investor & philanthropist in the food system.
Renske began her career advocating on behalf of sustainable agriculture in global trade policy and went on to build direct markets for farmers in Philadelphia. She subsequently directed efforts to improve the food stamp and school meal programs for the San Francisco Food Bank. She holds BA degrees from Boston University in Political Science and Psychology and an MPP from UC Berkeley’s Goldman School of Public Policy.