Nuno M. Alvim, president of the Portugeese Vegetarian Association.He has a master degree in Criminology. He´s been engaged in active lobbying and campaigning for promoting veganism and animal rights. He was the main organiser of a petition in Portugal that has resulted in legislation for the provision of strict vegetarian food in public canteens.
Amanda Woodvine, chief executive of Vegetarian for life. Amanda is a qualified nutritionist, who joined Vegetarian for Life’s board as a trustee in 2009. Her early career was spent working in Wills and Probate law, mostly advising an older client base. After spells working for Viva! Health and the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence – and voluntary roles, including citizen advocacy – she was able to combine multiple interests in her role as Chief Executive of Vegetarian for Life.
Dave Oliver head of catering and PE, Dave works in the public sector prison industries for Her Majesty's prison and probation services. (Invited)
Mark Banahan, campaigns and policy, The Vegan Society. Mark works as a Campaigns and Policy Officer, and is working on The Vegan Society's 'Catering for Everyone' campaign, which aims to get a vegan option on every public sector menu.
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