Liza Huber is an award-winning author, public speaker, wife, mother of 4 and the CEO & Founder of Sage Spoonfuls. Sage Spoonfuls is a prized product line that allows busy parents to easily provide the best food possible for their children to help give them the healthiest start to life. She started the company in 2011 after not being able to find homemade baby food products that had the ease of use, quality and convenience she was looking for. Sage Spoonfuls has become one of the most trusted brands for homemade baby food products and is available at major stores nationwide.
She travels around the country speaking at parenting events on the benefits of fresh, homemade food for babies and children, including how to help prevent picky eating and food allergies. Liza is also an advocate for organic, green and non-toxic living. She helps to inform and inspire others to take action to create healthier, safer environments where children and families can flourish. Liza is a featured contributor for Project Nursery, Green Child Magazine and Big City Moms. She has been featured on Good Morning America, Good Day LA, The Insider, News12 Long Island and Martha Stewart Radio as well as in Parenting Magazine, Fit Pregnancy Magazine, The Bump and the NY Daily News. She has appeared on the covers of Green Child Magazine, Long Island Parent, Milieu Magazine and Networking Magazine.
Liza also speaks at national events designed to inspire and empower female entrepreneurs. She has been a featured speaker at the National Association for Professional Women, Atlanta's Dare 2 Aspire Conference and was the keynote for the Town Of Hempstead's 2015 Pathfinder Awards. Liza has been the recipient of the Mom's Best Literary Gold Award; Independent Publisher's Award; Cribsie Award; John J. Byrne Community Center's Hero of the Community Award; and the Little Flower Children and Family Service's 2015 Humanitarian Award.
Liza is active in the community and involved with numerous charitable organizations. She is a Parent Ambassador for Healthy Child Healthy World and has recently started working with Little Flower's Parent Youth Program. She is also a longtime supporter of the March of Dimes and United Cerebral Palsy of New York.
Liza and her husband Alex live in New York with their 4 wonderful children - Royce 8, Brendan 6, Hayden 4 and Mason 2.