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Charity Qalutaq Blanchett | The Future of Food is Indigenous

Episode: 27

On this episode, Zella talks to Charity Blanchett, an Indigenous Yup’ik and Black Award-Winning Non-Profit Founder and CEO, Public Speaker, and Social Impact Entrepreneur dedicated to empowering Indigenous youth and championing cultural identity. As the Founder and CEO of Dipping Spoon, a pioneering non-profit Hospitality Agency, Charity directs her efforts towards serving the luxury needs of Indigenous Youth, guided by principles of access, representation, and cultural identity. Under her leadership, Dipping Spoon envisions a global landscape where Indigenous youth confidently embrace their heritage, transcending institutional boundaries to excel as creative entrepreneurial culinary pioneers, blending Food, Science, Media, Design, and Public Policy into a harmonious force for change. A passionate advocate for preserving Native American food culture, Charity fervently emphasizes its significance in reflecting history, values, and stewardship of natural resources. Her speaking engagements resonate with audiences, shedding light on the profound impact of food culture on Native American communities.

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