Michael is a successful entrepreneur and has worked most of his career developing solutions for rural communities focusing on education, healthcare, and leadership development.
Lori ran the US’s largest black soldier fly operation at White Oaks Pasture, the largest organic farm in the Southeast.
Frankie is experienced in developing Community Supported Agriculture sales models as well as wholesale and retail accounts for larger operations.
Bill comes from a bio-technology startup company that specializes in biological process automation and was responsible for the development of a highly customized and repeatable biological process for the FDA.
Brad has 50 years of experience designing materials handling plants for some of the largest companies in the US.
Frank is a pediatric and public health practitioner, teacher, and researcher, helping CHONEX with strategic planning of processes, scaling-up, biological testing, and research design.
Corey is helping CHONEX with grant writing and with research of technology, processes, and competitors.
Development Center. Upendra is helping CHONEX develop a high-quality soil amendment.
Harley is a successful, 7th generation farmer who grew up on one of the largest family farms in the U.S.
Larry spent his 40-year career as a waste engineer researching the how the black soldier fly and bio-converting animal manures.
Bill worked on multi-year BSF project to develop an industrial scale system to grow BSFs and recycle food waste and is experienced in engineering, fabrication, installation, modification, service and repair of sophisticated life support systems, primarily for aquatic and marine organisms used in biomedical research
Chris Hornsby graduated with a BA in Environmental Arts and Humanities from the University of the South (Sewanee) and has four years of experience in organic farming and small scale BSF farming.