Although Naz Riahi doesn’t consider herself a “foodie,” she’s making waves in the food industry.
Together with her business partner, Emily Schildt (also interviewed on our blog), she co-founded Bitten, a food conference that focuses on food in the context of technology, pop culture and the environment.
Up until recently, conversations around food have been reserved for the food elite. Society’s changing, though, and Naz is helping spearhead that change. Naz believes conversations about food should be inclusive, attracting and engaging people from different backgrounds. Read on to learn where Naz thinks the future of food is headed, why she believes in a flexible work schedule, and how she gives back to communities in need.