THE PROBLEM IS

Redistribution Process

Donating food on-demand is unnecessarily difficult.

Mass Redistribution

Donating prepared or catered food on-demand is twice as difficult.

Urban Logistics

The logistics are messy.

Traditional Design

Traditional food rescue models aren't keeping up with the rate at which we're wasting.

INSTEAD...

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Our Team

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Hannah Dehradunwala

Chief Executive Officer

Hannah Dehradunwala

On the weekends, you'll either find Hannah in the Lower East Side working at La Sultana or upstate New York looking for the next best hike. When it's time to grab a bite, Pakistani cuisine always hits the spot. Hannah founded Transfernation a bit spontaneously during a business compeition held in her sophmore year at New York University. Now, success is important to Hannah but in a slightly different way - to Hannah, success is a feeling she has when she is being used in the most optimal moments. Lastly, on the more romantic side, to her love lies in the respect of nature and the human being.

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Jake Vitale

Lead Developer

Jake Vitale

Jake does just not just code like a maniac. He also beautifully strums his guitar in either his bedroom or at a nearby coffee shop. Whether he's attended a concert or played in one, Jake always fills up afterwards with his favorite cuisine, Japanese. Jake began working with startups during his first internship for a small tech startup based in Boston - he's been working in the field ever since, helping small companies grow via coding. He has become so good at coding not necessarily because he's the genius we all think he is, but becuase it makes him happy. Jake defines success as "putting hard work into something that makes you happy - at that point life is constantly happy when a majority of it consists of work." Nowadays his love lies with his roommate's dog JT.

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Alim Williams

Chief Technical Officer

Alim Williams

If Alim is not chilling in his apartment conducting further research on his many projects, you can find him at a random coffee shop in Brooklyn. When asked, Alim wholeheartedly exclaimed that his favorite foods are Trinidadian Roti and Doubles. The startup life has been in his blood since the beginning of his adulthood. He actually founded a few companies right out of New York University. To Alim, the definition of success is the aquirement of knowledge - the more the merrier! And finally, nowadays his love and passion lies in the world of virtual reality.

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Tin Lazar

Chief Creative Officer

Tin Lazar

On the weekends, you can find Tin either on another hiking adventure on somewhere on the East Coast or tour with a muscian in an effort to document all the craziness. During his breaks and if there's some around he munches on some spicy Chinese food! Oh yes - he loves spice. He got involved in the startup scene relatively a year ago when Transfernation was looking a creative to build out visual assets for future campaigns. Through his work, he fell in love with the flexible lifestyle of startups that he continued to help Transfernation and other startups grow! To Tin, he feels that he is successful if he can wake up with a strong drive for something. When you're able to wake without worry, but rather bold intent to life, you then know you are successful. Nowadays, his love lies in his family and friends - watching them grow alongside of him is one of the great feelings in the world.

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Victoire Cleren

Data Specialist

Victoire Cleren

If Victorire isn't managing incoming data from our operations, she is running in Central Park. And after a workout like hers, her favorite cuisine to replenish on is a bit of cheese paired with some fresh vegetables. Her love for healthy food transcended into the startup life by looking for a way to end food waste and make healthy foods more accessible - of course, it was with that passion that she stumbled on Transfernation. Victorire finds that people with passion can change the world. As a result, whatever one does with passion is overall success. Nowadays, her love lies in solidarity, compassion, and respect.