U.S. Veg Corp
U.S. Veg Corp is an event production and marketing brand focused on the growing vegetarian and green markets.
Buoyed by its annual flagship event, the NYC Vegetarian Food Festival, U.S. Veg Corp provides offline and online opportunities throughout the year to target a passionate audience interested in a vegetarian and eco-friendly lifestyle.
Sarah Gross and Nira Paliwoda founded the U.S. Veg Corp. They are active members of the local vegetarian and green movement. Their involvement with the community ensures that the events they put on address the latest issues concerning the vegetarian market and the most of-the-moment technology.
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Meet the Team
Robyn Moore is a mom to two kids, whom she and her husband are raising vegan. She has a master’s degree in elementary education. She has a certificate in Plant-Based Nutrition from Cornell University and a certificate in Humane Education from the Institute for Humane Education. She’s the organizer of the NYC Vegetarian & Vegan Families Meetup, a book reviewer for VegBooks, and has taught English in Nepal, and volunteered helping animals in South Africa.
Was Wu is a graphic designer and art director in the New York City area. While journeying through architecture school, she discovered her love for design and embarked on a new adventure in San Francisco. There, she discovered her love for food while working at a creative agency specializing in the wine industry. Since early 2015, she has been involved in design and marketing for U.S. Veg Corp’s plant-based festivals and events. Waz also writes Let’s Nom Nom, a vegetarian focused food blog, and is searching for the best meatless ramen in town.
Texas based, Brendan Carroll is a semi-retired Information Technology professional. As a vegan-vegetarian for over 25 years, from a large family of other vegan-vegetarians, making healthy life and food choices that spare animals and the environment from unnecessary harm is important to him. in 2015, he opened Texas’s first 100% vegan convenience store Vegan Freak. As a volunteer for U.S. Veg Corp, he assists with the maintenance of our websites.