Meet Sarina Farb
Sarina Farb is a science educator, speaker, and vegan advocate who is working to create a peaceful, just, and sustainable world for all beings.
Her many projects include creating videos on her YouTube channel Born Vegan, being co-founder and co-host of the 2020 Climate Diet Summit, and host of the Science is Gray Podcast.
Being born and raised vegan taught Sarina to think critically at an early age, and to stand for justice even when it’s unpopular. She also currently serves on the Plant-Based Network advisory committee, is a member of the American Vegan Society Speakers Bureau, and her work and writings have been featured in numerous publications including several books.
She holds degrees in biochemistry and policy studies from Grinnell College.
Sarina Farb is a Midwest-based science educator, speaker, and vegan advocate with a passion for making the world a better place. Sarina has already worn many hats in her time on this planet, but no matter what hat she is currently wearing she is always using her skills to advocate for a peaceful, just, and sustainable world for all beings. Having been born and raised vegan in Kansas, she has a lifetime of experience speaking and advocating for animals, the planet, and sustainable plant-based living.
Sarina began her science career while still in high school when she conducted her own molecular biology research project on Bisphenol A (BPA) and cancer cell growth. Her research won her numerous awards, including being a finalist in the National BioGENEius challenge and the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair where Sarina was recognized by the National Endocrinology Society. She went on to attend Grinnell College where she earned degrees in biochemistry and policy studies.
Sarina is a sought-after speaker and vegan educator, focusing on combining science and evidence with ethics and justice activism. Her projects include creating videos on her YouTube channel Born Vegan, being co-founder and co-host of the 2020 Climate Diet Summit, and hosting the Science is Gray Podcast. She also currently serves on the Plant-Based Network Advisory Committee and is a member of the American Vegan Society Speakers Bureau. Her work and writings have been featured in numerous publications including several books. Previously, Sarina worked as the international liaison for the social justice film-making organization Tribe of Heart, and spent several years teaching high school chemistry and environmental science in Kansas City.
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