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A Recap of New Harvest’s 2020 Year in Review Zoom Call with the Team

Published November 13, 2020 | Updated October 4, 2021 | Morgan Ziegelski

New Harvest decided to kick off our end-of-year fundraising live and on Zoom. Without the conference this past summer, we wanted a way to show our community all that we’ve accomplished.

In the spirit of the conference, we asked our audience some questions on Slido along the way. We also, of course, used the platform for an interactive Q&A at the end. 

The meeting served as a kick-off for us to announce our end of year fundraising goal. Thanks to some of the community members who attended, we’re already a little closer to that goal!

word map of new harvest community in 2020

Community members joined the meeting from all around the U.S. (and all around the world!)

By the Numbers:

81 total attendees

61 participants on Slido

98 poll votes

36 questions asked

👏 $725 raised in 1 hour 👏

shows the main topics, including cell fundraising, research, safety, and whats happening in the next year

We’re so grateful to all of our community members who made the call a success, and we’re especially grateful to those who were able to donate live! Your support and enthusiasm keeps New Harvest running.


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About the Authors
Morgan Ziegelski is a former Science Communications Intern at New Harvest. She is from Chicago, IL and currently attends the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, GA, from where she will receive a BS in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering in 2023 and an MS in Bioengineering in 2024. In addition to her work with New Harvest, Morgan has worked under Prof. Rachel Chen at Georgia Tech researching oligosaccharide synthesis biocatalysis and pathway engineering and under Prof. Andres Garcia at Georgia Tech researching PEG hydrogel scaffolds for the synthesis of human intestinal organoids. In her free time, Morgan likes taking care of her houseplants and sings alto in choir.