Randall Coleman has more than 6 years of program and data management experience in the certification industry including LEED®, ENERGYSTAR®, ISO 17024, ISO 14000 series, and most recently at the Non-GMO Project. He is passionate about helping environmental and social organizations make better decisions using data, and is particularly interested in addressing the food system. Prior to joining the Non-GMO Project, he consulted for various non-profit, for-profit, and intergovernmental organizations providing expertise on research, sustainability, and database management.
His interests in food led Randall to co-found an international development NGO (Can YA Love) that works with people around the world to grow healthy food in densely urban spaces using vertical gardens. He is also the creator and facilitator of The Food Trade Game, an experiential learning tool to facilitate dialogue and action, and to create a more economically just food system. You can see his work on sustainable development and food systems in various publications and speaking engagements in the U.S. and Canada, as well as the UK, Germany, Colombia, and Kenya.
Away from work Randall enjoys making music and playing in the garden with his wife.