Justin Kamine has been at the forefront of sustainable and environmentally progressive technologies and food movements for the past six years. Through his angel investments and entrepreneurial talents, he is deeply involved with growing technologies that are actively transforming the agriculture world, creating a more sustainable food supply chain, eliminating food and plastic waste, and building solar energy capacity. Justin is a managing member of Kamine Development Corporation, the Kamine family’s development office. He is also a Co-Founder and Partner at KDC Ag, a company deploying a fresh food waste conversion technology to eliminate food waste and increase sustainable farming across the United States. Justin has also helped develop a Kamine family business called KDC Solar, which has over 75 megawatts of solar operational.
Justin’s investments, which he is usually first into, are sustainably focused and have led him to partner with the likes of Mark Cuban, Howard G. Buffett, and Harry Edelson. Justin sits on the board of California Safe Soil. He is an investor in and advisor to LoliWare the world’s first 100% biodegradable and edible material, and an advisor to Aerofarms, a leader in LED indoor vertical farms. Justin also serves as an advisor/mentor to startups and incubator program like Food Future and EntreprenYOURS. A member of the Thankful Foundation Board, Justin was recently named winner of the Clean Tech Equity Award presented by the Prince of Monaco for the most environmentally progressive technology. He has been consistently featured in CNBC, Forbes, Entrepreneur, and other publications.
Justin has committed his life and dedicated his career to proving that environmentally sustainable investments and technologies can progress society while providing better than normal financial yields. He received a B.A. from Lafayette College in Environmental Business and Public Policy.