Founder of Foodprint Media, Misha Kouzeh is a multi-lingual expert and TEDx speaker on the intersection of sustainability, food, and marketing. She is a consultant, trainer, and speaker with experience at companies and organizations including Coca-Cola, Unilever, and the World Health Organization, United Nations. Additionally, she has co-founded two companies, including a social enterprise, and has worked with certified B corporations that leverage the power of business as a force for good. Misha is currently a UCLA Extension Instructor, teaching her self-developed class on Strategic Social Impact. She also teaches a Digital Marketing class in the Business, Management and Legal Program at UCLA Extension.
Misha works as the Project Coordinator at the Institute for Sustainability team at CSU Northridge in the first-ever Cal State University Net Zero Energy Building, among its 23 established campuses across California. She is an official Climate Reality Leader trained by the Climate Reality Project, as well as a part-time lecturer at California State University, Northridge. Misha serves as a mentor in the Women in Science Technology Engineering Mathematics (WISTEM) LA mentorship program, offered through LA Mayor Eric Garcetti's office.
Misha is an alumna from UCLA Extension’s Sustainability Certificate Program and Marketing Certificate, both completed with Distinction. Prior to her move to Los Angeles, Misha graduated from Wageningen University in the Netherlands with a Master of Science degree in Nutrition and Health and also obtained a Cum Laude Master of Science degree in Business Administration with a specialization in Marketing Management.