Natalie Morris is a food systems instructor, food and culture scholar, and trained culinarian. She is the founder of the award-winning farm and food directory Good Food Finder and serves as faculty at Arizona State University. As an instructor, she primarily teaches courses connecting culture with food and health. Throughout her 20+ years of industry experience, she has worked in the areas of nutrition, food service and hospitality, school food systems, food writing, and documentary film research. Over the last 12 years, her work has focused on success strategies for the small business food entrepreneur. She is an avid international traveler and has recently written her own book Beans: A Global History (Reaktion Books: UK, University of Chicago Press: USA, April 2020).