Kenneth S. Marsh
Woodstock Institute for Science & the Humanities
Dr. Marsh is a consultant and Executive Director of the Woodstock Institute for Science & the Humanities. He has worked to reduce world hunger by cutting food losses since 1992 and was awarded the 2015 Elisabeth Fleming Stier Award for humanitarian contributions for that work. He held the first endowed professorship in packaging science in the US and is a Fellow of the Institute of Packaging Professionals and the Institute of Food Technologists, a Certified Packaging Professional and Certified Food Scientist. He co-edited the Wiley Encyclopedia of Packaging Technology, 2nd edition. He presented aspects of packaging and food security at six World Food Congresses, two World Packaging Congresses, 1st Save Food Congress, and other forums. He represented IFT at the World Food Summit:five years later. He helped develop High-Energy, Nutrient-Dense Emergency Relief Food Product with the Institute of Medicine, National Academy of Sciences.
His interest includes Shelf Life Modeling, Environmental Concerns, Teaching and information Dissemination, Research that leads beyond current frontiers, Significant Innovations in Packaging.