Adam Lowry co-founded Ripple Foods after years of experience creating businesses that benefit the environment and society. At Ripple, he leads a team of trailblazers who are accelerating the future of the plant-based lifestyle through products that transform the dairy-alternative market. Before founding Ripple, Adam revolutionized the home, fabric, and personal care industries as Co-Founder and Chief Greenskeeper for Method Products. At Method, Adam oversaw multiple businesses and brought sustainable innovation to Method across their product lines, design, sourcing, production, and marketing.
Prior to founding Method, Adam was a climate scientist at the Carnegie Institution for Science, where he developed software products for the understanding of climate change. He has also, designed environmentally preferable products for the automotive industry.
Adam has been honored as one of Fortune’s “40 Under 40,” and received the Clinton Global Initiative’s Global Citizen Award in 2013. He is a World Economic Forum Young Global Leader, and an Aspen Institute Catto Environmental Fellow. Adam serves on the boards of AeroFarms, LLC, an urban agriculture company currently building the world’s largest vertical farm, and the National Marine Sanctuary Foundation, which creates and preserves marine sanctuaries in the U.S. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering from Stanford University.