Vegan Leaders in Corporate Management has launched a ground-breaking 2019 survey to gather data about the “vegan-friendliness” of workplaces (as judged by employees). The results will help identify the best companies as well as best areas within companies for new vegan or plant-based initiatives.
We continue with our “Vegans in Surprising Industries” series by focusing on the airline industry this time. Not normally known for vegan-friendly meal options on their flights, most airlines in the US offer mostly vegetarian meals that have to be arranged in advance as special meal requests. However, the change continues to happen and vegans do continue influencing airlines to think outside the box.
Natalie Mindrum who grew up in rural Minnesota comes from a long line of dairy farmers. Having been around farming since childhood, Natalie will tell us about her journey to veganism, how she keeps her enthusiasm and inspiration and what it’s like being a vegan working for an airline.
In this video interview, we are continuing our “Vegans in Surprising Industries” series. Craig Sidell works for The New York Times as a VP of Compensation and Benefits. What’s it like being a vegan in a publishing industry, especially when you have an opportunity to directly influence wellness initiatives in your own workplace?
What does it take to make an entire city healthier and more open to a plant-based lifestyle? Dan Buettner, an award-winning journalist, researcher, and a National Geographic fellow, knows exactly how to get it done. With our Corporate Initiatives Program kicking off in its first year, we got an opportunity to interview Dan about his perspective on being a change maker and making an impact on a corporate and community levels.
Would it amaze you to find vegans working at companies like Monsanto, Walmart or McDonald’s? Today we interview accomplished vegans, one at a major food company and one at a leading pharmaceutical company.