American Vegan Society Speakers Bureau Sherry Gilkin


Position: Cooking/Humane Educator

Bio: Sherry Gilkin is an adjunct graduate professor of public health and teaches vegan cooking classes. Sherry became a vegetarian in 1993 after being assigned the topic of vivisection by an ethics professor her first semester of college. Her path to veganism followed in 2006 when she enrolled in a vegan cooking class led by AVS’s own Carol Githens. Sherry obtained her master’s degree of education through the Institute of Humane Education and has a certificate in plant-based nutrition from the T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies through eCornell University.

Sample Talks: What is a Whole-Food Plant-Based Diet and Why You Should Care; Guide to Healthy Cooking; The Protein Myth; 10 Reasons to Ditch Dairy; Plant-Based Meals in 5 Minutes or Less; Ways to Make Tofu Not Suck

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