After short-lived forays into theater and politics, Meb fell in love with the local and sustainable food movement and never looked back. She is a recent graduate of New York University, and has interned with the Rudd Center for Food Policy and Obesity, and Wellness in the Schools. She was the press registration consultant for the first Clinton Global Initiative America conference, and worked as a program assistant for Prevention Institute, editing and fact checking a book on primary prevention. She currently volunteers with the Center for Urban Education about Sustainable Agriculture at San Francisco’s Ferry Plaza Farmers Market, and with 18 Reasons, a nonprofit that engages communities through food and art. Meb enjoys road trips, hiking, Pilates, and cooking vegan meals with her fiancé.