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Meera Zassenhaus

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From: Isha Datar <is...@new-harvest.org>
Date: Wed, Sep 8, 2021 at 2:41 PM
Subject: Why we're making our compensation philosophy public
To: <me...@new-harvest.org>


Hi Meera,

On the heels of Labor Day, we are honoring the work of laborers in cellular agriculture—in particular, at nonprofits.

As my colleague and New Harvest’s COO Dr. Paige Wilcoxson writes, “Too often mission-driven companies don’t live up to their values internally. Nonprofits, especially, can fall into a trap of relying on an army of unpaid interns, volunteers, and underpaid and overworked employees.”

At New Harvest, I want our policies to align with our mission: to maximize the positive impact of cellular agriculture. Positive impact is about removing animals from the supply chain, but it is also about harnessing the disruptive nature of cellular agriculture to make positive change everywhere—including at our own workplace.

I invite you to take a look at Paige’s blogpost, where she shares our compensation philosophy and the thinking behind it.

Have a lovely rest of your week,
Isha 
Executive Director, New Harvest
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