Sarah Day Levesque
Sarah is a firm believer in the power of learning and enrichment experiences to bring communities of all kinds together for positive change. She is passionate about creating a healthy and productive path forward for the food system and her work reflects this.
Before joining Swift Communications in late 2016, Sarah spent a decade in agricultural media, where she played a key role in the development of successful event and media brands, including Women In Agribusiness and Organic & Non-GMO Forum, and also served as Editor-in-Chief of Global AgInvesting Media.
Sarah holds an M.S. in Agriculture and Resource Economics and an M.S. in International Agricultural Development from University of California, Davis.
When she’s not working, you can find Sarah running, cheering on the New England Patriots, volunteering in local agriculture education or playing ball with her family.
Director of Business Development
Anthony connects with stakeholders across food & ag to create meaningful connections that catalyze the regenerative transformation of our food system. Anthony is committed to building food supply chains that incentivize the production and consumption of healthy, nutrient-dense foods.
Anthony was a third-generation family contributor and executive at Indianapolis Fruit Company before joining Swift Communications. Anthony oversaw the sales & marketing team that provided fresh produce products and services to over 2,500 retail customers across 20 states. Anthony’s professional background in food distribution and personal health journey led him to his commitment of building regenerative food systems. Anthony is an active investor in multiple regenerative food ventures, and he is an entrepreneur in the space as well.
Anthony holds a B.S. in Business from the Kelley School at Indiana University, where he was a varsity athlete as a tight end on the football team.
Anthony enjoys lifting weights, experimenting in the kitchen, and working on his entrepreneurial ventures in his free time.
Director of Operations
Keri has been producing professional conferences in both domestic and international markets since 2006. Her mix of experience in planning, publishing, marketing, negotiation, writing, budgeting, and sales allows her to handle all of the back end needs that make for a successful event.
She lives on the coast of Maine with her two teenagers and her dog. She is an elected Trustee of the local high school, board president of Acadia Community Theater, and a member of her town’s Solar Committee. In her free time she enjoys hiking, kayaking, sports, photography, gardening, and time around a campfire.