Lauren Bush, FEED Projects

Lauren Bush, FEED ProjectsLauren Bush is the CEO, creative director, and co-founder of FEED Projects. She also serves as the chairman of the board for the FEED Foundation. In 2004, Lauren became an Honorary Spokesperson for the UN World Food Program. As Honorary Spokesperson, Lauren has traveled to eight countries around the world visiting WFP operations, and helped start the Universities Fighting Hunger Campaign in the United States.

For many years Lauren was a fashion model, appearing on the cover of such publications as W, Australian Vogue, Glamour, Town and Country, and Tatler. Her involvement in the fashion industry lead to her interest in photography and fashion design, which she studied at Parsons in New York City and Central Saint Martins College of Arts & Design in London.

Lauren graduated from Princeton University in 2006 with a B.A. in anthropology and a certificate in photography. She was born in the Rockies of Colorado, but grew up in Houston, Texas.

Can Conscious Consumerism Really Save the World?

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I helped start FEED Projects in 2006 as an “accidental” business. FEED’s true mission was to sell the FEED 1 bag, which feeds one child in school for one year through the United Nations

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