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Who We Are

Switch4Good promises to uphold these essential core values in all that we do—from our internal communications to our public-facing campaigns. Each member of our staff has expressed their own experience with these values to illustrate how we integrate them into our work every single day.

Our Core Values

  • Truth
  • Discovery
  • Unwavering conviction
  • Prepared for battle
  • Comfortable being uncomfortable
  • Unbiased
  • Energy for 100 rounds
  • Love
  • Justice
  • Perennial Optimism
 

Guiding Principles

Proud to Be Women-Led

Switch4Good proudly operates as a women-led organization—from our board directors to our executive team. We also support other women-led businesses and organizations leading the charge to a more compassionate and sustainable world. We believe certain skills—which are often overlooked in today’s society—are essential for strong leadership. The best leaders are great listeners. They are empathetic, strong communicators who are motivated by challenges and adept at multitasking. They check their egos and focus on teamwork and collaboration with high levels of emotional intelligence. These skills are woven into the fabric of being women and our leadership team. At Switch4Good, we stand up for the truth, fight for justice, and are fueled with perennial optimism to create a world that is better tomorrow than it was today.

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

We value diversity, inclusion, and varying perspectives to ensure our organization maintains the highest levels of respect for every employee, consultant, and individual we communicate with. We believe everyone deserves to feel safe and heard, and we are committed to upholding a workplace environment where this is the norm.

Board of Directors

Danielle Lowy

Danielle Lowy currently lives in New Zealand, where she founded Moove Studio, teaching yoga and the Gyrotonic Method. Her professional background includes 8 years practicing law in California as a District Attorney where she handled countless animal cruelty cases. An animal advocate and committed ethical vegan, Danielle has been involved in the animal rights world for many years working or volunteering in various capacities. Danielle has served on several non-profit boards, and is honored to sit as President of the Board for S4G, a cause she believes in wholeheartedly.

Why I Support Switch4Good: I support S4G because their mission aligns with my personal ethics, and believe their approach to activism is effective and impactful. S4G is about making real change for the animals, the planet and people’s health – rather than the all too common self-aggrandizing activism that we see in the animal rights world.

Kathy Freston

Kathy is a wellness activist, advocate for all animals, and a writer with a focus on healthy eating and conscious living. She is the author of eight books, four of them New York Times bestsellers; her works include The Lean, Veganist, and Clean Protein. A media favorite, Kathy has appeared frequently on national television including Ellen, Dr. Oz, Good Morning America, Extra and Oprah, and she has authored multiple articles for Huffpost. Her advocacy for a move toward a plant-based diet spans concern for human health as well as animal and environmental welfare.

Why I Support Switch4Good: I support S4G because who doesn’t want to look and feel like a kick-ass athlete?! Getting off of dairy is such a powerful move, and there’s no better messenger to deliver the facts and inspiration than this team!

Tracy Keys

Tracy Keys resides in Laguna Beach, CA and Portland, OR. She founded Tracy Keys Consulting after 30 years in the nonprofit sector to focus on smaller animal protection NGOs. As Executive Director at the Newport Beach Public Library Foundation, she nurtured a grassroots organization into a sophisticated, highly-functioning nonprofit without any staff for the first 8 years. She can be found every Sunday volunteering at the Laguna Beach Animal Shelter. A vegan lifestyle came from seeing investigation footage and documentaries about the horrific treatment of animals for food throughout the world.

Why I Support Switch4Good: Travel has shown me that the world is sadly not becoming vegan any time soon. Cognitive dissonance and cultural norms run deep. S4G is brilliant at disrupting human conditioning by educating people on the high lactose intolerance rates that make 65% of the world sick. Big Dairy inflicts some of the most egregious cruelty on cows and their advertising billions target the people who are the most negatively affected by consuming milk products. Honored to help end that.

Staff

Executive Director

Dotsie Bausch

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Dotsie Bausch is an Olympic silver medalist, activist, speaker, and nonprofit founder. After recovering from a life-threatening eating disorder, she found her love and talent for cycling, which led to a 14-year professional career concluding with a silver medal at the 2012 Olympics. She stars in the 2018 film “The Game Changers,” is featured in the Netflix documentary “Personal Gold,” and gave a TEDx Talk. She currently serves as the Executive Director of Switch4Good, a health and performance focused nonprofit that encourages all to Live Better. Do More. Dairy-Free.

Why I Support Switch4Good: Switch4Good is revolutionizing the way people think about nutrition for athletes and everyday active folk. The long standing, dairy industry perpetuated belief that we need cow’s milk for strength, vitality and recovery is outdated and fueled only by the folks who stand to profit off of this belief. Switch4Good is here to tell the truth and embolden folks to take control of their health by eliminating all dairy from their diet.

Favorite dairy-free food: Miyoko’s Smoked English Farmhouse cheese with jam

How she stays active: Mountain biking in the Laguna wilderness park or power walking my 2 Chihuahuas

Digital Marketing and Social Media Director

Jason Wrobel

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Jason Wrobel is the Digital Marketing and Social Media Director at Switch4Good. With 21 years of experience in digital marketing, copywriting, and social media content creation, he brings a wealth of experience and a dynamic creative spark. He’s also the co-founder of Wellevatr and co-host of the podcast This Might Get Uncomfortable. As the first-ever plant-based chef in history with a primetime television series, his groundbreaking show How to Live to 100 on Cooking Channel and Food Network Canada taught millions of people worldwide how to prepare delicious, organic, healthy meals at home. Described as the love child of Jim Carrey and Alton Brown, he infuses his live speaking events, videos, and digital offerings with a relentless drive to grow and a lighthearted, joyful approach to plant-based health and wellness.

Why I support Switch4Good: I believe that moving away from dairy products is one of the most beneficial choices humanity can make for our overall health and physical performance, not to mention the myriad of benefits for the environment and quality of life for cows. I think it’s possible in my lifetime to see a massive switch toward plant-based dairy substitutes as they become a mainstream choice for people around the world.

Favorite dairy-free food: Dairy-free soft serve ice cream.

How I stay active: Yoga and boxing on a punching bag.

Director of Development

Jill A. Pall

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Jill is a development and communications expert with over two decades of tangible experience. She’s skilled in meaningful relationship building, innovative fundraising, captivating content creation and mission-centric event planning. Jill is particularly intrigued with and knows first-hand how what we consume impacts our health and has the ability to save our lives.

Why I support Switch4Good: I love how easy Switch4Good makes it for everyone to understand why ditching dairy is so important. Our evidence-based information coupled with simple ways to take action is very helpful. I also think it’s fantastic how Switch4Good advocates for equality for people who cannot process dairy and those who choose not to consume it.

Favorite dairy-free food: Cado Avocado Frozen Dessert

How I stay active: Hiking in the Poconos with my dog (or goats), horseback riding, and training on my Precor elliptical.

Marketing and Communications Director

Antony Sloan

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When he realized his new wave rock band wasn’t going to make it, Tony did what any working-class kid from Northern England would do, he went to work down a coal mine. When he got bored with that, he went to the University of Hull to read American Studies. Then grad school in Bowling Green, Ohio. Then he stumbled into advertising and spent 20 years applying a simple marketing mantra for various technology-forward companies—”Educate the unfamiliar. Reassure the wary. Inspire the progressive.” Turns out that’s a pretty good fit for what we’re doing at Switch4Good.      

Why I support Switch4Good: I’ve wanted to go vegan for years to better align with my partner’s long-term vegan ethics and lifestyle. The prospect of forgoing cheese was what mainly held me back, so what better first step than to go dairy-free? Also, in my consulting work for MedTech firms, I’ve come to appreciate the seriousness of inflammation as an underlying cause of so many health problems—including numerous chronic diseases. Now that I understand how dairy is implicated in the inflammation problem, I want to do something about it. I want to help Switch4Good help people ditch dairy.     

Favorite dairy-free food: Oatly oat milk

How he stays active: Long walks, balance exercises, and weight-bearing yoga stretches—plus the occasional game of football (aka soccer in certain ‘unenlightened’ regions of the world). 

Director of Education

Tiffany Bruno

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Tiffany has a degree in Chemistry and Chemical Biology from Cornell University and is now working towards becoming a registered dietitian. She has a passion for the nitty-gritty science behind nutrition, human performance, and especially their relationship. Tiffany keeps our work grounded in evidence, while keeping it understandable and relatable to the average person. As a lifelong lover of cows, it took her far too long to realize how cruel and disturbing the dairy industry is. She’s now motivated to help everyone make the switch away from dairy and towards more sustainable, healthy options.

Why I support Switch4Good: I am constantly inspired by the work Switch4Good does across the board. Everyone deserves to better understand the negative impacts dairy has on their health and our planet. I love how Switch4Good has resources that anyone can understand and benefit from, regardless of what your diet currently looks like. Everyone can find value and learn something new here.

Favorite dairy-free food: Soy eggnog

How she stays active: Hiking, weightlifting, and walking

Finance and Impact Analytics

Kirk Illya Bausch

Kirk is a seasoned professional with a rich background in Sales, Operations, Finance, and Data Analytics. He works closely with the executive team at Switch4Good to streamline processes, build strategies, and provide data insights to drive business decisions. Kirk is passionate about learning and bringing data to life.

Why I support Switch4Good: Because it’s ‘all good’…I believe the information S4G provides will continue to open eyes and help our society to make ‘good’ choices to help our planet, our health, and our animals.

Favorite dairy-free food: hummus or guacamole

How he stays active: Cycling is my go-to, but I enjoy evening walks with the family (wife + dogs).

Project and Events Manager

Jennifer Oliver

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Jennifer Oliver is an experienced manger and team leader, with over 20+ years hiring and managing teams in customer service, production, and quality assurance, where she maintained a 100% retention rate. In addition, her years captaining a women’s professional cycling team honed her skills in creating tasks, goals, timelines and chaos management.

Why I support Switch4Good: When your best friend needs support in a life changing adventure; you jump on board no questions asked! Dotsie changed my life and we are changing lives every day!

Favorite Dairy Free Food: OMG!!! I just discovered Ben and Jerry’s Karamel Sutra® Core. There are so many amazing dairy free foods these days it’s hard to choose just ONE!

How do I stay Active: Riding trails, running mountains, swimming in lakes and rivers, chasing golf balls, bagging peaks, creative cooking to refuel, cribbage, learning Mahjong, volunteer work with Mountain Humane, all snow sports and sometimes I just Netflix and chill with the hubs.

Social Media Manager

Rian Feldman

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Rian is an animal rights activist and Registered Dietitian with a passion for educating the world about the realities of animal agriculture to make the world a kinder place for all. Even as a young child, Rian loved animals, but it wasn’t until she was 27 that she made the connection and acknowledged “who” was on her plate after seeing undercover footage of a dairy farm. She went vegan overnight and opened a farmed animal sanctuary to rescue animals from animal agriculture. Her passion is creating social media content to show the world how loving and intelligent farmed animals are, and to educate others about how to remove animal products from their diet and lifestyle.

Why support Switch: Not only is Switch4Good’s mission extremely important and personal to me, but the world deserves to know the truth about Big Dairy’s destructive, harmful agenda. I love how Switch4Good helps people remove dairy from their diet in a helpful, relatable way and how they’ve created such wonderful, comprehensive and evidence-based resources that benefit humans, the planet and the animals.

Favorite dairy-free food: Anything from Vegan Treats bakery in Bethlehem, PA

How I stay active: Running a sanctuary for farmed animals!

Content Innovator and Podcast Writer

Justin Long


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Justin hails from God’s backyard – Chatsworth, CA, where, as a youth, he managed one of the last operating independent video stores in the continental United States, nurturing and cementing his love of cinema. With over fifteen years of experience in film & television production, Justin has a profound belief in the power of the written word to inspire cultural shifts and loves being able to apply his passion for storytelling to a cause that is extremely personal to him.

Why I support Switch4Good: I’ve experienced the transformative effects of removing dairy from my diet, and I have loved ones I want to see do the same. Additionally, Switch4Good is the only organization engaged in the singular task of putting an end to the devastation Big Dairy wreaks on our planet.

Favorite dairy-free food: So Delicious cookie dough coconut milk frozen dessert.

How he stays active: Weightlifting, yoga and swimming.

Healthcare Professionals

When deciding what we put into our bodies, we trust the experts. Get to know our respected team of dietitians, doctors, and scientists who all agree that we can achieve our best performance and sustained wellness by ditching dairy in favor of plant-based fuel.

Dr. Milton Mills

Dr. Milton Mills is the Associate Director of Preventive Medicine with the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM) and co-author of PCRM’s report on Racial and Ethnic Bias in the U.S. Dietary Guidelines. Dr. Mills serves as the Race & Nutrition Specialist and Board Adviser for A Well Fed World. Whether internist Dr. Mills is practicing at Fairfax Hospital in Virginia or at free clinics in Washington, D.C., his prescription for patients is likely to include some dietary advice: go vegetarian. “Medical research shows conclusively that a plant-based diet reduces chronic disease risk, so that’s something I absolutely encourage my patients to move toward,” says Dr. Mills, a graduate of Stanford University School of Medicine. Dr. Mills doesn’t limit his message to his patients. He takes it to audiences around the country as well, speaking at hospitals, churches, and community centers.

Cynthia Sass, MPH, MA, RD, CSSD

Cynthia Speaks About Dairy:

Humans do not need cow’s milk. The human body requires nutrients that happen to be found in cow’s milk; but those same nutrients are also found in whole, plant-based foods, and can be adequately obtained from plants at any stage of the life cycle. Teaching Americans how to obtain key nutrients from plant-based foods rather than dairy has the potential to improve health and lower disease risk. Numerous studies show that a plant-based diet is associated with reductions in body mass index, blood glucose levels, death from heart disease, and total cancer incidence. In addition, cow’s milk is one of the top eight allergens, and 65% of the human population suffers from lactose intolerance. We must stop positioning dairy as an essential or necessary food group. Doing so perpetuates misinformation, and can interfere with fostering eating habits that improve public health.

Cynthia’s Bio:

Cynthia Sass is a plant-based performance nutritionist with master’s degrees in both nutrition science and public health. One of the first registered dietitians to become a Board Certified Specialist in Sports Dietetics, she has consulted for five professional sports teams in the NBA, NHL, and MLB. In her private practice Sass counsels a wide range of clients. She has worked one-on-one with Oscar, Grammy, and Emmy winners, and professional athletes in numerous sports.

A three-time New York Times best selling author, Sass is also a frequent writer, plant-based recipe developer, and media guest. She has appeared on numerous national TV shows, including The Today Show, Good Morning America, CBS This Morning, The Rachael Ray Show, The Martha Stewart Show, The Dr. Oz. Show, Nightline, and many others. She has also conducted over 3,000 print, radio, and podcast interviews, and has been an invited speaker at corporations, health professional association conferences, and community organizations across the country.  

Sass is summa cum laude graduate of Syracuse University where she earned a bachelor’s degree in dietetics and a master’s degree in nutrition science. She completed a second master’s degree in public health at the University of South Florida with a focus on community and family health education.    

Sass also has formal training in plant-based organic culinary arts and mindfulness meditation. She owns Sass Consulting Services, Inc. based in Los Angeles, and specializes in sports and performance nutrition, plant-based eating, and nutrition for optimal health and longevity. 

Dr. James F. Loomis

James F. Loomis Jr., M.D. is the medical director of the Physicians Committee’s Barnard Medical Center, where nutrition is just one of the tools he and his team use to help patients get healthy and stay healthy. Dr. Loomis used Physicians Committee nutrition resources during his transition to a plant-based diet in 2011. Now—after losing more than 60 pounds and improving his cholesterol, blood sugar, and blood pressure—he advocates for others to do the same!

Formerly the director of prevention and wellness at St. Luke’s Hospital in St. Louis, Missouri, Dr. Loomis was also the team internist for the St. Louis Rams football team, the St. Louis Cardinals baseball team, and the tour physician for the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra. Dr. Loomis received his medical degree from the University of Arkansas, where he was elected to the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society and graduated with honors. He completed his internship and residency in internal medicine at Barnes Hospital in St. Louis, Missouri. He is board certified in internal medicine and was on the clinical faculty of the Department of Internal Medicine at Washington University School of Medicine. Dr. Loomis also received an MBA from the Olin School of Business at Washington University in St. Louis.

Dr. Angie Sadeghi

“My passion is to provide healing through an integrative approach to keep patients healthy and youthful,” says Dr. Angie.

Dr. Angie’s personal journey fueled her desire to help patients. Having previously suffered from health problems such as severe eczema, elevated cholesterol, fatigue, and being overweight, she started eating a whole food, plant-based diet, adopted regular fitness into her life, and ultimately transformed her health and body.

Understanding that no single approach is right for every individual, Dr. Angie offers a complete range of services to help individuals with gut problems, obesity, anti-aging, diabetes, heart disease, arthritis, chronic fatigue, chronic pain, and overall disease prevention. Combining evidence-based medicine, her expertise in the digestive system, and her passion for physical fitness and plant-based nutrition, Dr. Angie has developed a comprehensive approach to helping patients recover from illness and live a healthy life.
“I want to leave a legacy of a doctor who prevented disease in her patients using the mastery of combining integrative medicine, western and eastern medicine, rather than simply using pharmaceuticals.”

Dr. Angie is a diplomate of the American Board of Internal Medicine and a diplomate of the American Board of Gastroenterology. She has extensive training from the University of Southern California (USC) and demonstrates exceptional commitment to excellence in treating diseases of the digestive tract. She is featured in three documentaries as a leader in the field of plant-based fitness for health and weight loss and was recently published on the cover of Vegan Health and Fitness Magazine.

To make an appointment with Dr. Angie, visit https://iopbm.com.

Matt Ruscigno, MPH, RD

Matt Speaks About Dairy:

“There is no nutritional need for cow’s milk; humans are the only mammals to drink milk as adults or from another species. The only reason milk is touted as a health food is because the dairy industry has been intertwined with the nutrition field since its inception and the price is kept artificially low by the federal government. The nutrients in milk, namely calcium and protein, can easily be found in plant foods that are lower in saturated fat and significantly richer in phytochemicals and antioxidants- compounds associated with a lower risk for chronic diseases.

When you give up dairy your digestion and sinuses might clear up as a significant number of people have low-level intolerances or allergies to dairy and may not even realize it.”

Matt’s Bio:

Matt Ruscigno is a vegan of 20 years and a leading expert in nutrition. He has a Nutritional Science degree from Pennsylvania State University, a Public Health Nutrition masters degree from Loma Linda University, and certification as a Registered Dietitian—one of the only professional nutrition credentials. In addition to working with vegetarian clients and athletes, Matt is the Past-Chair of the Vegetarian Group of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. He is a co-author of the No Meat Athlete book with Matt Frazier and Appetite for Reduction with Isa Moskowitz.

In his spare time, Matt is an endurance athlete, having accomplished numerous marathons, iron-man triathlons, 200+ mile cycling events, and 24-hour races. For Matt, fun, adventure and good health go hand-in-hand. His motto? “Demand the impossible! Of yourself and the world.”

Dr. Vivian Chen

Dr. Chen Speaks About Dairy:

“The trouble with a dairy allergy, is that it often causes a wide array of delayed symptoms, for which there are currently no accurate tests. Therefore, this type of delayed allergy (Non-IgE mediated) can easily go misdiagnosed for years,” says Dr. Chen. Despite being told the contrary by several doctors, she has since helped her children overcome their allergies, by not only removing dairy but also all animal products from their diets. “Even though my kids have outgrown their dairy allergies, as a mom, I could never feed my kids a food laden with hormones and persistent inorganic pollutants, such as DDT, PCB, or dioxins, which are neurotoxins and endocrine disruptors. They can wreak havoc on our children’s developing brains, our hormonal balance (affecting future fertility), and they have even been linked to cancer. Organic animal products have been found to contain just as much pollutants as those that are conventionally farmed and therefore pose the same cancer risks. What we feed our kids today have a far-reaching effect on their health 10-20 years down the line. In order to stop the exploding epidemic of chronic diseases, we need to make sure we are feeding them foods that do not come with huge toxic burdens on their bodies”

Dr. Chen’s Bio:

Dr. Chen is a U.K. physician who now lives and works in California. She is double board-certified in internal and family medicine and practiced in the U.K 14 years where she saw many patients improve their IBS, joint problems, skin issues, asthma, and seasonal allergies when they stopped consuming dairy. She is passionate about using food as medicine to achieve optimal wellness with a whole food plant-based approach.

Dr. Eric Sternlicht

Dr. Eric Sternlicht Speaks About Dairy:

Diet and lifestyle play critical roles in health and disease. Over thirty years of research has proven a direct link between dairy protein, casein, and tumor promotion. In addition, numerous studies have found a link between dairy intake and reduced phytonutrient bioavailability from coffee, tea, berries, and other foods. A shift away from the typical Western diet to a whole-foods, plant-based diet (WFPD) has the potential to eradicate many of the leading causes of death in our society, drastically reduce health care costs, and significantly reduce our burden on the environment by decreasing our water use, as well as, greenhouse gases and carbon emissions. My goal as an educator is to bring awareness to the research that is (and has been for decades) out there, bring understanding into the mechanisms an unhealthy diet and sedentary lifestyle play in disease development, and demonstrate how a WFPD and our choices can be involved in disease treatment and disease prevention. I am blessed to be able to play a small role in the dissemination of the science, research, and facts involving diet, exercise & health.

Dr. Sternlicht’s Bio:

Eric Sternlicht, Ph.D., is an associate professor of Health Sciences in Crean College at Chapman University in Orange, California and president of Simply Fit, Inc., a nutrition and exercise consulting firm whose clients have included Disney, ESPN, Reebok, SONY, UCLA’s athletic department, and actor/director Clint Eastwood. As an educator for over thirty years, Dr. Sternlicht has been teaching classes that focus on the roles diet and lifestyle play in both disease development and progression, as well as disease treatment and prevention. Dr. Sternlicht and his mentor, R. James Barnard, Ph.D., have developed a course to introduce students to the research on the benefits of a WFPD. He teaches undergraduate pre-allied health care students that personal lifestyle choices play a role in chronic disease development and how a switch to a WFPD can improve health, functional capacity, and longevity and reduce morbidity and mortality.

Dr. Yen Ang

Yen Ang has been working in various roles since 2000. Yen started as a Lecturer at Nanyang Polytechnic in 2000. In 2009, they became the Director of the Adventist Lifestyle Center at Penang Adventist Hospital. From 2016 to 2021, they held various roles at San Bernardino County Public Health Department, including Assistant Program Director SNAP-Ed, Supervisor Public Health Nutrition, and Anti-Hunger Coalition Chair. In 2021, they were named Woman of the Year 47th AD California by Assembly Majority Leader Eloise Reyes. Yen also held the role of Assistant Clinical Professor at Loma Linda University from 2011 to 2021. Currently, they are the President of Public Health Nutrition at Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics and the Vice President of Health at Tangelo.

Yen Ang obtained their DrPH, MPH, MS, RD in Preventive Care, Nutrition, Exercise from Loma Linda University between 2003 and 2009. Yen then went on to receive their Master of Science (MSc) in Exercise Science from Nanyang Technological University Singapore between 2008 and 2010. In 2009, they obtained their Registered Dietition certification from the American Dietetic Association. Yen is also an Exercise Specialist certified by the American College of Sports Medicine.

Medical Advisor

Dr. Lucky Mulpuri

Dr. Lakshman (Lucky) Mulpuri graduated from the University of Michigan and Wayne State University’s School of Medicine. He has served as managing director for the 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization Auntie Na’s Village in Detroit, President of the Plant-Based Nutrition Group (PBNG), and is currently the Chief Executive of PlantsNourish. He has been intimately involved in policy initiatives spanning the local, state and federal levels particularly focused on communities of color. He also developed and implemented the first-ever mandatory plant-based medical curriculum for all 300 1st year medical students at Wayne State. Dr. Mulpuri’s work has been featured in VegNews, Forks Over Knives, and numerous newspapers and television stations. As a community activist and a doctor, he is a strong proponent of the benefits whole-food plant-based nutrition has for the community and the patients he serves.

Why I support Switch4Good
It is vital that we let folks know about the importance of reducing dairy on their daily plates. Switch4Good challenges existing paradigms around what constitutes a “well-balanced diet” in an empathetic and practical manner. As long as we continue to spread our message globally and demystify the benefits of a dairy-free lifestyle, the sky is truly the limit!

Favorite dairy-free food:
Chobani Oat Nog. Weird I know.

How he stays active:
Weightlifting, basketball, and tennis

“Switch4Good for me initially meant healthier bodies, a healthier family, but as I switched, I realized that Switch4Good also means switching for a better planet, a better environment, a more compassionate life.”

Dr. Vivian Chen

Physician, Health Coach and Switch4Good Medical Advisor

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