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Tia Keenan

Tia Keenan

Cook, Cheese Specialist, Writer, Stylist and Food Industry Consultant

Tia Keenan is a New York City-based cook, cheese specialist, writer, and stylist. She oversaw the cheese program for The Modern at the Museum of Modern Art and pioneered the “cheese bar” concept by opening New York City's first cheese bar in 2007. Her cheese plates shifted the paradigm, inspiring others to expand their own programs. Over her career Tia has worked on a broad range of projects, from concept development for Walt Disney to retail programs for Murray’s Cheese, The Queens Kickshaw, and Lucy’s Whey. Her work has been featured in various media outlets, including Food & Wine, the New York Times, and Cheese Connoisseur.

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Centurion

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Centurion

Centurion is a small but mighty organization located in Princeton, NJ, that fights to free innocent men and women who have been convicted of crimes they did not commit. We were the very first organization in the world to do this work, since 1980. We take on the hard cases - we knock on doors, find lost evidence, uncover crooked police work, and seek the truth. We work for people just like you and me who were in the wrong place at the wrong time. They got caught in the system and cannot afford legal defense to prove that they are innocent. Imagine 10, 20, 30 years in a maximum security prison for something you did not do. This is hard work. It’s expensive work. We have freed 54 innocent men and women who we then help re-enter society. Justice should not be only for those who can afford it. Innocent people in prison? It doesn’t make sense. It happens more than you know.
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