Profile: Sarah Kunst
Entrepreneur & Writer
Venture Partner @ Future Perfect. Contributing editor at Marie Claire. Write for Entreprenuer.com and The Daily Beast. Venture for America Board Member.
Past: Mohr Davidow Ventures, Kaleidoscope, Chanel, Apple, Red Bull and Guest of a Guest.
Forbes 30 under 30. Business Insider 30 under 30, Business Insider Top African Americans in Technoogy, judge for Time Magazine's Innovator Awards & the 40 Over 40 Awards, Marie Claire Young Gun.
NoteStreams By Sarah Kunst
The United States of America has a bench 18 people deep to succeed the President. Redundant? Perhaps, but most startups could learn from the example. No matter the name, building a team behind the founding team is perhaps the single most important task for an early stage company.
With climate change wrecking havoc on the world’s crops, it’s time to consider other options. Warehouse farms might be the answer to the global food crisis.
The United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change recently released their first report in seven years, and like many sequels, it wasn’t good. Beyond melting ice caps and unprecedented heat waves, the news that most shook readers was that "all aspects of food security are potentially affected by climate change."