Liz Hallinan is the co-founder and Executive Director of The Greenfield Project, a nonprofit which seeks to make it easier and more intuitive for consumers to support alternatives to factory farming and to eat in ways that align with their values. Liz aims to harness the power of legislative, regulatory and business policies to promote sustainable agriculture and improve the lives of farm animals. Her areas of expertise include animal behavior, psychology, administrative law, and regulatory policy. Before co-founding Greenfield, Liz worked for a variety of public interest organizations, including the Natural Resources Defense Council, the Animal Legal Defense Fund, and Meyer, Glitzenstein, and Eubanks. Liz received her undergraduate degree from Harvard University and has a law degree from New York University and a masters in science from Queen's University.