I already do not bring GMO/factory food into my home. However, as a flight attendant, I am faced with challenges on a daily basis. There are leftover 1st class meals and snacks, airport coffee drinks and sandwiches, and hotel restaurant vouchers for free meals. However, I promise to forego on those GMOs and to make sure I carry healthier choices, for the entire month of April. In addition, I promise to finish reading “Altered Genes, Twisted Truth” by Steven Drucker. I have already read the first several chapters and am totally amazed by what I am reading. By the way, Boo, our free range guinea pig, is totally organic, and has been for several years.
Joyce de Brevannes
Joyce lives in southern California and has worked in many aspects of the natural food industry. In her spare time, you will find Joyce hiking, biking, exploring farmer’s markets and finding any excuse to hang out with dogs.
After years of passionate food advocacy, Megan helped launch the Non-GMO Project in 2006. She became Executive Director in 2007 and has been hard at work to protect the future of non-GMO food ever since. As a national thought leader on the non-GMO issue, Megan is a highly respected speaker and has been featured in numerous national… » Read more
In her role as Associate Director, Courtney help guide the growth of the Non-GMO Project. She is committed to expanding awareness about GMOs, helping consumers make informed food choices, and protecting access to healthy and safe foods. In her spare time, you will find Courtney gardening and playing outside with her family in Bellingham, Washington.
Brand & Outreach Coordinator
Growing up on the Eastern side of Washington, Deven’s grandparents owned a small dairy farm where she would help her grandfather feed the cows, collect eggs, and help out wherever she could. She learned the importance of label reading through her mother’s career in the natural food industry. Deven graduated from Western Washington University with a BA in… » Read more