Board of Directors

Jed Davis

Cabot Creamery Cooperative

Director of Sustainability

Jed Davis is Director of Sustainability for the Agri-Mark dairy cooperative, known for being a certified B Corp and for its Cabot, McCadam and Agri-Mark brands of award-winning dairy products. Jed has a lifetime involvement with agriculture and cooperatives and over two decades of service in the cheese world.

Born and raised on a six-generation family dairy and fruit farm in Central Massachusetts, Jed received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Dartmouth College and his Master in Business Administration degree from the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth in New Hampshire. He began working at Cabot Creamery in Vermont in 1991 and has held a variety of marketing, sales and operations positions. In 2008, Jed was named Agri-Mark’s first Director of Sustainability and his efforts center on helping the co-op and its brands aspire to an understanding of “Sustainability” as “living within our means and ensuring the means to live” – from cow-to- creamery-to-customer.

Jed is active on a number of sustainability efforts, including local, state, national and international. In 2010, Jed was named a fellow in the Donella Meadows Leadership Program of the Sustainability Institute, now known as the Donella Meadows Institute. Jed, his wife Elizabeth, and their small “herd” of four children live in Waterbury, Vermont.

Britt Lundgren


Director of Organic and Sustainable Agriculture

Britt is the Director of Organic and Sustainable Agriculture at Stonyfield Farm. She holds a Master of Science in Agriculture, Food, and Environment from Tufts University. Prior to joining Stonyfield, Britt spent five years as an agricultural policy specialist for Environmental Defense Fund in Washington, D.C. Together with Stonyfield co-founder and chair Gary Hirshberg and Dr. Charles Benbrook, she is the co-author of Label It Now, a book that makes the case for labeling genetically engineered foods. Britt serves on the boards of the Sustainable Food Trade Association and the New Hampshire Conservation Law Foundation. She has worked on organic farms in Maine, Massachusetts, and Colorado. She is also an avid fiddle player and member of the New Hampshire based Hickory Horned Devils.

Cheryl Pinto

Ben & Jerry’s

Global Values Led Sourcing Manager

Cheryl is the Global Values Led Sourcing Manager for Ben & Jerry’s, based in South Burlington, Vermont. Values Led Sourcing is Ben & Jerry’s approach to ingredient procurement which embeds Ben & Jerry’s commitment to Linked Prosperity throughout the value chain. Cheryl brings extensive experience in new product commercialization within an international foods manufacturing environment and received her MBA in Finance from the University of Chicago.

Colleen Popkin


Colleen Bramhall Popkin is an independent consultant specializing in corporate social responsibility and supply chain sustainability in smallholder agricultural systems. Previously, Colleen was the Coffee Sector Lead at Rainforest Alliance where she was responsible for defining and driving the coffee sector strategy and plan for the organization. Before that, Colleen served as Senior Sustainability Manager at Keurig Dr Pepper, Inc. for 10 years. In that role, she managed a portfolio of outreach projects and procurement initiatives to improve livelihoods of farmers and workers in KDP’s coffee supply chains and promote the long-term supply of quality coffee. Prior to joining Keurig, Colleen was a Senior Manager with Accenture, the global business and technology consulting firm. She received her B.A. from Middlebury College in Vermont.

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