Our Team Speakers
Find an expert speaker for your sustainability event
Sharing the knowledge in food, sustainability and hospitality
The Sustainable Restaurant Association is a regular feature at conferences, trade shows, summits, awards, symposia, festivals and other events, and can also facilitate corporate training and development sessions.
With team members coming from a range of completely different backgrounds, The SRA holds an incredible amount of knowledge and passion across the food, sustainability and hospitality spheres. Our sustainability experts have on-the-ground experience and high-level insights across an extensive range of topics, from procurement, supply chain management, circularity and systems thinking to food education, food policy, sustainable menu development and much more.
Learn more about the experts we have available for public speaking opportunities below. If you're interested in having a member of The SRA team speak at your event, please get in touch with Jocelyn at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meet Our Team Speakers
Juliane Caillouette Noble
Juliane is focused on growing the impact of Food Made Good around the world. With a background in nutrition and a love of good food, her career has been deeply engaged in global food policy issues ranging from sustainable farming and urban growing to food education and school food systems. Juliane has designed food education tools and resources for teachers, has developed local and global campaigns, and served as a member of the All Party Parliamentary Group for School Food in the UK.
Head of Projects & Consultancy
Martina leads on shared value propositions, delivering impactful projects with bespoke objectives. She has spent time working within policy at the European Commission and WHO as well as with industry in-house at a large global restaurant brand and consulting externally. With a BSc in Global Public Health, Nutrition & Food Policy further strengthened by a MSc in Integrated Food Studies, she champions applying a systems thinking approach to problem solving. Her belief is that the challenges we face are complex so the solutions must also be considered holistically.
Global Certification Lead
Julia manages the Food Made Good Standard, the SRA’s signature tool to measure and drive sustainability in the hospitality sector. Julia has built her career in food and sustainability, first selling chocolate in London’s Borough Market, before moving on to UK food waste charity FareShare and then onto B Corp certified chocolate manufacturer Valrhona, where she worked for 8 years as Sustainability Project Manager.
Senior Sustainability Consultant
Ellie is a University of Bristol (BSC in Geographical Sciences) and Forum for the Future (School of System Change) alum. She became employee #1 at allplants in 2016 where she built the logistics, procurement and sustainability functions and strategies from scratch. In 2021, Ellie graduated from the Forum for the Future's School of System Change (6 month part-time course). The following year, she carried out allplant's first carbon footprint and subsequent impact report. Ellie is now working at The SRA as a Senior Sustainability Consultant, delivering impactful projects with bespoke objectives for a range of food businesses.
Laurence supports businesses to complete their Food Made Good Standard and works with them on bespoke projects designed around strategy and company targets. Laurence has expanded his knowledge base in a several sectors (chemistry, sales, logistics) but has worked in food since a young age and still loves being in the kitchen. He ties this all in to deliver the community events that The SRA holds throughout the year.