Becky Morrison is a researcher for U.S. Right to Know, a nonprofit public interest, consumer and public health research group working for transparency and accountability in our nation’s food system. As the investigator behind our soda and sugar industry research projects, Becky brings with her a wealth of experience advocating for a healthier and more transparent food system. A 2016 graduate of NYU’s Food Studies master’s program, her work has focused on legal and policy strategies aimed at curbing food marketing to kids and reducing diet-related disease, particularly from sugar-sweetened beverages. Prior to joining USRTK, she worked at the New York State Attorney General’s office in the Bureau of Consumer Frauds, where she investigated the potentially deceptive marketing of child-targeted products. She also served as a Food Policy Fellow for New York City Council Member Ben Kallos.
A former chef and caterer, Becky remains an avid home cook. She resides in Brooklyn, New York with her husband and seven-year-old son.