Catherine Cuello-Fuente

Catherine Cuello-Fuente

2016 Ricardo Salinas Scholar | Ricardo Salinas Scholarship

Catherine Cuello-Fuente (New York, New York) is an entrepreneur that uses her skills to help others unlock their true potential through creativity and mindfulness.

Catherine Cuello-Fuente (New York, New York) is an entrepreneur that uses her skills to help others unlock their true potential through creativity and mindfulness. She was named as a “Top Food Tech Entrepreneur to Watch in NYC” by AlleyWatch. Catherine is laser focused on behavioral change and food policy; and at the heart of it all is her passion for technology, entrepreneurship, and communications. Catherine co-founded GreenHopping in 2014 with her husband. GreenHopping is an app, e-commerce, and marketplace start-up aimed at inspiring healthy food choices by connecting you to the nearest plant-based and green juice options near you while at home, on-the-go, or when traveling, for delivery or pick-up. The company operates in 11 U.S. cities. Catherine is completing her Masters Degree in Food Policy from New York University (NYU) and earned her BA in International Relations and Politics from Coventry University, England. She is originally from Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic and grew up in Geneva, Switzerland and Brussels, Belgium partially. She is the founder of the technology and wellness start-up GreenHopping, the creative consulting agency InsideCrowd, and is co-founding her third company, GRACEx, a sacred space for female minds to unite, create, and inspire. She is a regular public speaker, and was most recently at Harvard University and Alley NYC. She lives with her husband in Brooklyn, NY. You can follow her on Instagram here and here. (Participated in the the Aspen Seminar in Aspen, Colorado in August 2016.)