We deeply value the lived expertise of poverty and food insecurity from those who have experienced marginalization in our food system. We welcome and encourage applications from those who identify as people of color, LGBTQ, differently abled, single parents, religious minorities, recent immigrants, and people from all generations and educational backgrounds.
At this time we’re looking for new members who can provide leadership in community organizing and/or public policy, fundraising, law, and finance. We seek members who share our strong commitment to equity in decision making and who have skills and experience putting that commitment to work, particularly in pursuing racial and economic justice.
Regardless of background, we seek board members who are active and respected in their communities, and can help us build new partnerships to achieve our mission of ending hunger. Thank you for taking the time to apply to serve on our board.