Gary Oppenheimer is an example of a bold, decisive actor who with focus and creativity, has accomplished something quite remarkable.Hazon Food Conference
I had numerous conversations with guests about how you inspired them to scale their ideas and think creatively about how to create lasting change in the world.Conference Manager
Your words inspired me.K. Robinson — George Washington Carver Centennial Series
That was a nice talk, an eye opener.S. Fall — George Washington Carver Centennial Series
Our Community Partners continue to buzz about your presentation…there has been a true enthusiasm among them to do more for the communities, including introducing fresh produce. This is very exciting and we have you to thank for creating the buzz!A. Wilcox — Orange County Food Bank
I remember you and the powerful speech you delivered.A. Asbogun — Tuskegee University
…your presentation was a clear highlight for many of our students.M. Weinstein — U of Maryland
It was an inspiring presentation which had quite an impact on those present. You demonstrate how one person can make a huge difference, and are yourself a Renaissance Man who is changing the world. Thank you for inspiring us to think critically about problems, to take action to solve the hunger problem.M. Stanish — Montclair State University
The Power of One — How an aging geek changed a food network
An inspirational look at how people with ideas and passion can make changes that ripple across the world. Key takeaway: You can do the impossible if you first believe it isn’t.
Audience: Universities, corporate events, general public
Innovative Solutions, Innovative Metrics
How innovative changes call for a new way of measuring success — or failure.
Audience: corporate events, think tanks, universities
People of Faith Responding To Food Waste
A look at Food Waste Weekend – how a small non-profit has clergy of all faiths across America learning about and then giving sermons on food waste – each from their own faith perspective.
Audience: Faith community
Food Waste Costing More Than You Thought
Half of the produce in America (including 11 billion pounds of locally grown fresh food) is never consumed. Learn the costs of food waste and some of the simple sustainable solutions to the problem.
Audience: General public, gardeners
AmpleHarvest.org – No Food Left Behind
Challenges encountered by great ideas and innovations in the non-profit realm and why we should welcome risking success.
Audience: Philanthropic groups, investors, government
America’s Food Safety Net – How We Fight Hunger With One Hand Tied Behind Our Back
While 42 million Americans grow more food in their garden than they can use, preserve or give to friends, 50 million Americans nationwide are food insecure. A new disruptive solution enables people to reach into their backyard instead of their back pocket to help end hunger.
Audience: Gardeners, farmers, general public
Totally getting chills thinking about the possibilities of @AmpleHarvest! Such a simple idea, such amazing results@greenphillyblog
Too many amazing #healthy #food facts to tweet. Awesome speech by @GaryOppenheimer, founder of @AmpleHarvest, happening now.@MarissaR1
Growth map of @AmpleHarvest‘s expansion to 6700 food pantries (1 in 5 in US) since 2009 is amazing@samwittchen
Keynote speaker Gary Oppenheimer from @AmpleHarvest at 2014 Tri-State Sustainability Symposium…WOW!@NJTreeFoundation
#nofoodleftbehind – Founder of @AmpleHarvest gave me this AMAZING interview. Not only informative but interesting…@mrsgreensworld
Gary from @AmpleHarvest is personally taking leftover boxed lunches to @salvationarmy! #walkthewalk@DVGBCLori
A wonderful presentation!! Yes-the solution is right under our nose. Thank you Gary.@AHilosky
Great lecture by Gary Oppenheimer, founder of #AmpleHarvest.org! #Harcum College Speaker Series is outstanding!@HarcumCollege