This event is free to attend.
Brendon Anthony graduated from Biola in the spring of 2015 with a BS in Environmental Science. He is currently pursuing a MS in Horticulture at Washington State University and is the CEO and Co-Founder of Harvest Craft, a non-profit that equips and empowers communities worldwide with food production systems.
After graduating with a degree in journalism from Biola University in 2011, Cindy, a Los Angeles native, now works in digital advertising. Following her time as an entertainment reporter at Univision, she pursued a career at a YouTube multi-channel network where she became fascinated with the digital space. She now works at a Google-acquired tech startup, FameBit and manages some of the company’s largest accounts such as, Sony and Conair. She enjoys hiking and trail running.
Alain Datcher is a Project Manager at LANI. He has a deep passion for community engagement, in particular working with historically underserved populations. Alain has worked on economic and community development initiatives at the municipal, federal and international levels. He holds a Master of Public Policy Degree from Pepperdine University and earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Biola University.