Bob Shaver

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"Prior to working as an independent consultant, Bob was the Director of Strategic Planning at City Harvest in New York City – a nonprofit organization dedicated to feeding hungry New Yorkers through rescuing and distributing millions of pounds of food that would otherwise go to waste each year. In that role, he supported City Harvest in the execution of an ambitious strategic plan which resulted in a period of unprecedented growth for the organization. Before joining City Harvest, Bob served as a management consultant with Wellspring Consulting, a leading strategy consulting firm for the social sector. Bob is drawn to Slow Food’s mission because he believes that food is a source of life and community, not disease and disparity, and that good, clean and fair food has the power to fix so many of our shared problems every day. Bob holds an undergraduate degree from Wabash College and a Master’s degree summa cum laude from Yale University Divinity School. He recently moved back home to Indianapolis, Indiana."[1]


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  1. Slow Food USA Board, organizational web page, accessed February 12, 2013.