Margaret was born into a career of working on sustainable agriculture on a dairy farm in Kentucky in the U.S. She has spent her life and career working to improve social, economic and environmental outcomes for rural communities around the world. She has a BA and BS from Brown University, training from Massachusetts Institute for Technology in System Dynamics and a Master’s Degree from Princeton University in Science, Technology, and Environmental Policy. Her career has led her to work in government, NGOs and the private sector in places as varied as Mozambique, Brazil, the U.S. and India. She is currently the Director of Sustainable Agriculture at PepsiCo where she works on their strategy to reduce greenhouse gasses, improve water use, and improve livelihoods and human rights in agricultural regions around the world. She works with varied partners to bring about the outcomes that work for farmer and that further the deep commitment of PepsiCo to these communities.