Our Advisory Board
In addition to her own research, Founder & CEO Suzanne Price, regularly consults with these industry leaders for their expertise on the latest scientific data, studies, and research:
Kevin Brodwick, Founder of Thinkbaby. With over 15 years' experience assisting companies from product development to sales, Kevin Brodwick created Thinksport and Thinkbaby to address the growing concern and need for safer products. After working with a laboratory funded by the National Institute of Health (specifically focused on testing products for estrogenic activity - the largest type of endocrine disruptor), Mr. Brodwick became aware of extent to which harmful chemicals were present in everyday products. In 2006, after unsuccessfully convincing several large companies to alter formulation, Mr. Brodwick took it upon himself to create an alternative line of consumer products. Thinkbaby and Thinksport address the growing concern of toxic chemicals leaching from consumer products and aim to create safe alternatives for babies to athletes alike.
Philip J. Landrigan, MD, MSc. A pediatrician and epidemiologist. He has been a member of the faculty of Mount Sinai School of Medicine since 1985 and served as Chair of the Department of Preventive Medicine since from 1995 to 2015. He was named Dean for Global Health in 2010. Dr. Landrigan is known for his many decades of work in protecting children against environmental threats to health. His research combines the tools of epidemiology with biological markers derived from clinical and laboratory medicine. Dr. Landrigan is deeply committed to translating research into strategies for health protection and disease prevention.
Adam Lowry, co-founder & co-CEO of Ripple Foods. Ripple is disrupting the $100+ billion dairy market with plant-based milks that are high in protein, low in sugar, and delicious. Prior to Ripple, Adam was co-founder of Method Products, PBC, the leading innovator in sustainable home cleaning products. Adam has also worked as a climate scientist at the Carnegie Institution for Science, where he developed software products for the understanding of climate change.
Dennis Styne, MD. A Professor of Pediatric Medicine at UC Davis. Dr. Styne is a pediatrician and pediatric endocrinologist interested most specifically in disorders of the endocrine system in childhood, but more widely in issues of maternal and child health. Much of Dr. Styne's basic research relates directly to the study of pathophysiologic therapy in endocrine disease. He has had NIH funded basic studies and published both original research papers and clinical chapters on endocrine diseases. He serves as a Member of Scientific Advisory Board at Wellspring Adventure Camp, LLC, Wellspring Camp La Jolla and Camp Wellspring, LLC.
Tracy Terry, PhD. Obtained her B.S. in Chemistry with Honors from the University of the South in 2000 before matriculating to Stanford University where she received her Ph.D. in Inorganic Chemistry in 2007. She then worked as a Senior Professional Staff Chemist at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory until 2010 when she moved to New Mexico where she is now an Assistant Professor of Chemistry at the UNM-Valencia campus.