An Evening with Lauren Bush Lauren

Presented by the William Davidson Foundation Initiative for Entrepreneurship Speaker Series

Special Event at Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation™

  • February 21, 2019
  • Time: 7:00 p.m.
  • Location: Museum Plaza
Feed your entrepreneurial spirit at a talk featuring social entrepreneur Lauren Bush Lauren at Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation. As CEO and co-founder of FEED Projects, Lauren creates products that engage people in the fight against hunger in a tangible way. 

Combining her passion for philanthropy with a love of fashion, Lauren founded FEED Projects, a handmade bag and accessories company that donates a portion of its sales to organizations supplying meals to in-need children. To date, contributions from FEED have funded nearly 84 million meals. 

Kicking off the William Davidson Foundation Initiative for Entrepreneurship Speaker Series, Lauren inspires aspiring entrepreneurs to overcome obstacles and follow their dream by sharing stories and learnings from her own journey. 


Ticket Prices

  MemberNonmember
General Admission $34.00 $40.00


Your Experience Includes:


  • Admission includes a signature FEED tote bag created in collaboration with The Henry Ford. 
  • Cash bar featuring cocktails, beer and wine


About Lauren Bush Lauren


Lauren Bush Lauren is the Founder and CEO of FEED, a social business whose mission is to "Create Good Products That Help FEED the World." In 2004, Lauren became the Honorary Student Spokesperson for the UN World Food Program. In that role, she traveled to various countries and learned about the issues of hunger and poverty firsthand. Coming back to America, Lauren was inspired to create a consumer product that would engage people in the seemingly overwhelming fight to end world hunger. In 2005, she conceptualized the idea for FEED by designing the initial FEED 1 bag which, when purchased, feeds one child in school for one year.

In 2007, FEED was founded. Every product sold has a measurable donation attached to it and, to date, the social business has been able to provide over 94 million school meals globally through the WFP and Feeding America. FEED has also supported nutrition programs around the world, providing over 3.5 million children with Vitamin A supplements through UNICEF. Additionally, FEED has forged successful relationships with companies such as Target, Disney, Pottery Barn, Clarins, Whole Foods, Gap, Tory Burch, Rachel Roy, DKNY, Links of London, Godiva and TOMS.

Lauren is also the Chairman of the Board of the FEED Foundation, a 501c3 non-profit organization that supports programs and organizations that are effectively working to fight hunger and eliminate malnutrition throughout the world.

William Davidson Foundation Initiative for Entrepreneurship Speaker Series


The Henry Ford will host some of the most inspiring entrepreneurs of our age for a series of talks. We take you inside the expertise of startups, social enterprises, small-businesses and big visions. Speaker-inspired collections from the Archive of American Innovation will make every museum visit unique. With our mandate to drive future and current disruptors and innovators, we have slated powerful speakers to share their habits, actions and, most importantly, their stories.