Founder & event curator
Hannah Tucker began Disruption Dinner in 2017 with the aim of reframing the narrative on climate change, using food as a way of turning otherwise complex and abstract changes into tangible and deeply personal ones. The stories behind each dish and drink stem from Hannah’s proprietary research into the disruptive developments reshaping the food system, spanning environmental, social, informational and technological factors. Hannah began this research when working with former U.S. Vice President Al Gore at Generation Investment Management and now carries it out independently as part of her sustainability advisory business, Balance Point. Hannah holds dual masters degrees in business administration and international studies from the Wharton School and Lauder Institute of the University of Pennsylvania. She is a Chartered Financial Analyst, Climate Reality Leader and Tutor at the University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership.
Disruption Dinners has partnered with a select group of private chefs and service teams with the ability to cater to group sizes ranging from 10 to 100+. Partners share in the ethos of Disruption Dinners of delivering delicious, sustainable, high quality dishes with an exceptional level of service – necessary ingredients for unforgettable adventures.
Disruption Dinners take place on a regular basis for a range of private clients, including organisations interested in providing experiential, educational events for their employees and clients and also individuals seeking to host differentiated gatherings for professional contacts, family and friends.
Locations vary by group size and city. Past events have taken place in hotel ballrooms, private dining rooms and private homes.
Please get in touch to explore ways of taking part in Disruption Dinner!