Richa Gupta is the Founder of Turmeric Teas and Good Food for Good. She launched Turmeric Teas to make it easy for people to add turmeric to their diet. She came across many people who struggled with the taste of turmeric paste or the time commitment required to make the "golden milk." Richa is passionate about real food and social enterprises. She holds an MBA from the Schulich School of Business and has several years of experience in Marketing, Fashion and Retail.
Nicole Harvey is the Business Development Manager of at Turmeric Teas and Good Food for Good. Prior to joining the team, Nicole spent a year abroad pursuing her masters in Sustainability Leadership in a small city in the South of Sweden. Her decision to live and study a broad was catalyzed by her desire to further integrate the values of sustainability into her life. Nicole is a self-proclaimed foodie, continuously looking for delicious recipes and restaurants to try with friends and family. She seeks to support conscientious businesses and brands that strive to make the world a better place. Nicole has 2 years of CPG sales experiences and holds a HBA from the Ivey Business School and a Bachelor of Science from Western University.
Alexandra Daugherty is a Nurtionist at Turmeric Teas and Good Food for Good. She is currently studying to be a Holistic Nutritionist through The Institute of Holistic Nutrition. She is inspired to educate and support individuals to take an active role in their health and well being, while developing a love and connection for food! Alexandra is dedicated to reversing and preventing many common health problems, like hormonal imbalances, acne, digestive issues, and weight loss with whole food based nutrition and supplementation to best suit your needs and everyday lifestyle. Alexandra grew up travelling the world, and living in Thailand and Honduras.
Anastasia Kemp is a Brand Ambassador at Turmeric Teas and Good Food for Good. In her spare time she advocates for Fairtrade and Cruelty-Free companies. She has a strong belief in supporting fresh, local, and sustainable products because she believes they are the backbone for a sustainable future. Supporting these causes are an important part of her healthy living lifestyle. When she isn’t cooking dishes inspired by the cultural diversities of the world for her family she enjoys discovering new local restaurants in Toronto with her sister. Anastasia is majoring in Community Development and Policy Studies at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology.