PHOG

PHOG photoPH2OG Water offers you the unique opportunity to experience an authentic taste of the Caribbean: clouds from the mountains of St. Vincent harvested and distilled into pure, premium still water. Working directly with humanitarian water organizations to provide funding for water projects around the world through a profit pledge with each bottle sold, PH2OG is a better bottled water. Drink responsibly.

Jeremy Blair

Jeremy Blair graduated in 2013 from Princeton University with a degree in Chemical and Biological Engineering and a certificate in Sustainable Energy. He hails from Burtonsville, MD. He has been interested in entrepreneurship and international development since arriving on campus, and after taking a class on social entrepreneurship with co-founder Michael Thomas during the fall of his junior year, developed a business plan that combined his passion in both fields. That business plan has since evolved into PHOG. Outside of this venture, Jeremy served as project manager for an Engineers Without Borders library construction project that was recently awarded one of three national Premier Project Awards for 2013, is an amateur filmmaker and graphic designer, danced with diSiac Dance Company, and is an avid traveller and fitness enthusiast.

Andrea BuehlerAndrea Bühler was raised in Miami, Florida and born in Monterrey, Mexico to Nicaraguan-German and Bolivian-Dutch parents. She graduated in May 2013 from Barnard College of Columbia University with degrees in Economics and Psychology. In the last few years, she has held internship positions at notable companies such as United Talent Agency, Vogue, Universal Republic Records, and Burson-Marsteller. Andrea is very excited to be participating in the entrepreneurial lab at Princeton University this summer.

Michael ThomasMichael Thomas is a member of Princeton University’s class of 2012, where he graduated magna cum laude with a degree in Sociology and was a Mellon Mays Undergraduate Research fellow where his independent work focused on ethnographic research in the politics of the music industry. He is originally from Brooklyn, NY and attended the Dalton School where he is currently a Teaching Fellow in 7th grade History.

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