Nadine Clopton, MA

Nadine Clopton, MA

Main Stage & Concurrent Speaker

Nadine Clopton is devoted to cultivating a world that places compassion, communities, & ecological wellness at the root of transformative change.

In her role as Regenerative Education Program Manager at Rodale Institute, she works to bridge healthcare & regenerative organic agriculture. Combining her personal passions for holistic health, herbalism, & soil ecology, she supports Rodale Institute’s Consumer Education initiatives.

Nadine is responsible for organizing Rodale Institute’s annual Regenerative Healthcare Conference– a unique, immersive educational program at the nexus of food as medicine, soil health, & sourcing. The program convenes doctors, nurses, health practitioners, hospital leadership, food systems innovators, & farmers looking to co-create a regenerative healthcare system.

Previously, she has been engaged in global advocacy endeavors spanning public health and climate discourse. She is the first young person to have served as Director, Vice President, and then President of the Global NGO Executive Committee (GNEC), liaising with the United Nations to amplify the voices of civil society leaders.

She has been a featured speaker at the United Nations, the Commission on the Status of Women, the Global Solutions Lab, UNDP’s Nature for Life Hub, the American Psychological Association, C40 Cities Global Youth & Mayors’ Forum, & more.

Nadine holds a Master’s in Environmental Policy Design from Lehigh University and undergraduate degrees in Political Science & Health, Medicine, & Society (Public Health). Outside of work, she finds joy in singing, writing, herbalism, & yoga.