Evan Lutz is a 26 -year-old social entrepreneur from Baltimore, Maryland who is passionate about food justice, entrepreneurship, and the Baltimore Ravens. He is the CEO and Founder of Hungry Harvest, a produce delivery service on a mission to fight food waste and hunger. They purchase produce from farms, wholesalers, and packers that would otherwise go to waste, and deliver via weekly subscription boxes to customers in 9 states. In the US, 20 billion pounds of produce are wasted in the supply chain each year. Since its founding in 2014, Hungry Harvest has rescued over 13 million pounds of food, and donated/subsidized over 1 million pounds to those in need. Lutz is a frequent guest on NPR, the Washington Post, and Baltimore News stations. He's been recognized in Forbes 30 under 30 in the social entrepreneurship category, Baltimore's 40 under 40, and Montgomery County Emerging Business of the Year Award, previously won by Honest Tea, Sweet Green, and Comcast. He was also featured on ABC's Shark Tank, where he made a deal with Robert Herjavec.