Sarah Nolet is an internationally recognised food systems innovation expert and co-founder of Tenacious Ventures. Tenacious Ventures is a high-support, high conviction, sector-specific venture firm at the intersection of digitally native agriculture and climate solutions.
Sarah has been instrumental in building the early stage agtech ecosystem. From advising dozens of startups, designing accelerator programs and consulting to established agribusinesses, to helping industry, universities and government develop and implement forward-looking initiatives in food system innovation.
Sarah is also the host of the AgTech...So What? podcast, telling stories of innovators building the food system of the future.
Sarah holds a Masters in System Design and Management from MIT, and a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and Human Factors Engineering from Tufts University.