Sririam Madhusoodanan

Deputy Campaigns Director, Corporate Accountability

Sririam Madhusoodanan is the Deputy Campaigns Director at Corporate Accountability.

His first exposure to corporate power came as a college student when he learned about the military-industrial complex through documentaries like Iraq for Sale, which exposed the rampant abuses and profiteering of defense contractors and their government cronies at the expense of people’s lives in Iraq and the United States. After graduating, Sriram brought his growing desire to challenge corporate power as a Green Corps organizer, where, in 2011 he worked on Corporate Accountability’s food campaign to expose McDonald’s health-washing tactics in collaboration with health professionals.

Today, he ensures the food and climate campaigns are driving toward impact. He is a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation 2016 Culture of Health Leader. And as the son of immigrants, he became an avid traveler as a young person: Before turning 18, he lived in eight cities across four countries and three continents.

Sririam Madhusoodanan is the Deputy Campaigns Director at Corporate Accountability.

His first exposure to corporate power came as a college student when he learned about the military-industrial complex through documentaries like Iraq for Sale, which exposed the rampant abuses and profiteering of defense contractors and their government cronies at the expense of people’s lives in Iraq and the United States. After graduating, Sriram brought his growing desire to challenge corporate power as a Green Corps organizer, where, in 2011 he worked on Corporate Accountability’s food campaign to expose McDonald’s health-washing tactics in collaboration with health professionals.

Today, he ensures the food and climate campaigns are driving toward impact. He is a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation 2016 Culture of Health Leader. And as the son of immigrants, he became an avid traveler as a young person: Before turning 18, he lived in eight cities across four countries and three continents.

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