Kyle Murphy is the CEO and Co-Founder of EnSpice, a social enterprise that creates seasonings and spices enhanced with plant-based vitamins and minerals. EnSpice is in the process of launching its products into retail, and a portion of proceeds funds efforts to combat severe malnutrition in the developing world through the EnSpice Children’s Foundation.
Murphy conducted research with Professor Erin McDonnell investigating the effects political institutions have on child mortality. This research had a primary focus on democracy, and involved analyzing past studies done on democracy and child mortality for a meta-analysis. Murphy has received two Kellogg ISP conference grants in 2018 and 2019 to attend Unite For Sight’s Global Health & Innovation Conference at Yale University. This Unite For Sight event sees attendees from all 50 states and from 55 countries, and it is the world’s largest global health and social entrepreneurship conference.
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Kellogg Seniors Head to Grad School, Fellowships, Leadership Programs
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