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ANTHONY MO HASAN

Mo Hasan is the founder and CEO at Second Spoon, overseeing all operations, expansion initiatives, partnerships, and direction.


Since the non-profit’s inception in 2018, Second Spoon’s mission has been to lead a future where food waste is a solution for food insecurity, climate change, and economic stimulation. With partnerships with the University of Miami, Vanderbilt University, Louisiana State University (LSU), University of Southern California (USC), and Whole Foods amongst others, they have rescued and redistributed upwards of 50,000 pounds of food. Hasan attends the yearly food waste summit hosted by Harvard Law School where he joins the brightest minds in the food waste field in bringing actionable ideas to use.


As the world’s first student-athlete run hunger-relief non-profit, Second Spoon has been recognized by USA Today, SEC Network, ESPN, Bleacher Report, The Tennessean, and Miami Herald.


Hasan is also a quarterback at USC (Southern California) where is earning his masters in entrepreneurship in the Marshall School of Business. He graduated with a degree in Economics and History from Vanderbilt in 2020. In 2018, he helped the Commodores reach a bowl game – their second in three years.