Dine With Purpose
Adjusting Food Systems to a Changing Climate


Breakfast | 8:00 - 10:00am

Thursday, September 26

SAP Next-Gen, 10 Hudson Yards, Floor 48, New York City

Bringing together leaders across business, technology, civil society and policy, this breakfast will explore how we can address climate change by adjusting food systems to ensure a sustainable and healthy future for us all. The event takes place during the 74th United Nations General Assembly, during the week of the Climate Action Summit. Speakers include Corinne Woods, Chief Marketing Officer at the United Nations World Food Programme; Ann Rosenberg, Senior Vice President for UN Partnerships at SAP & Global Head of SAP Next-Gen and SAP University Alliances; Karl Burkart from One Earth’s Science & Technology program which provides grant support to academic institutions and NGOs working on the cutting edge of climate and energy science, biodiversity mapping, and sustainable agriculture; Shay Eliaz, Principal with Monitor Deloitte, Deloitte Consulting’s Strategy practice; and, Taleb Brahim, an engineer, innovator and refugee whose low-tech hydroponics unit has served as a model for the UN World Food Programme’s hydroponics programme, which allows people living in harsh desert climates to grow fresh produce with 90% less water


Director of Communications, Advocacy and Marketing at the World Food Programme

Senior Vice President for UN Partnerships at SAP & Global Head of SAP Next-Gen and SAP University Alliances

Managing Director at One Earth

Hydroponics Program at the World Food Programme

Strategy Principal, MonitorDeloitte

CMO of SAP Ariba & SAP Fieldglass

Chief / Climate and Disaster Risk Reduction Programmes at World Food Programme

Executive Director of World Central Kitchen