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Miriam Stason


Beverly and Wenham Farm Manager

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781-346-6726 x51

 

Miriam rejoins The Food Project team after a four-year absence from our Lincoln farm, where she worked for 9 years in various roles—including as a grower and CSA manager. Miriam started her farming career with The Food Project after graduating from Middlebury College. Since then she has worked with several farming businesses and non-profit organizations throughout New England. She loves the vision on The Food Project and is thrilled to return this season as a grower on the Beverly and Wenham land.

Mukaji Diazabakana


Mukaji Diazabakana joined The Food Project in 2017 as the grower's assistant on our Dudley farms. She has a BA in Black Studies from Temple University and is a recent graduated of the Urban Farming Institute's farmer training program. Additionally, Mukaji has a background in community organizing and worked on urban agricultural projects in Atlanta and Philadelphia before returning to Boston in 2013. In her free time, she loves to read, cook good organic food, and bake with her nieces and nephews. 

O. Dami Dada

 Beverly and Wenham Assistant Grower

781-479-9677 (Mobile)
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Dami is currently the Beverly and Wenham Assistant Grower. He has held several positions with The Food Project—starting in 2010 with Seed Crew and Dirt Crew. Following his graduation from UMass Lowell with a B.S. in Public Health, Dami returned to The Food Project to work as a crew leader, farmers market consultant, and an administrator. As a Nigerian immigrant who enjoyed helping out as a kid on his grandfather’s farm, Dami has found The Food Project to be a great place to be part of a community and stay connected to his agricultural roots. When not at work, Dami enjoys playing soccer, hiking, and going on outdoor adventures.

Angel Araiza


Youth Development Specialist

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617-442-1322 x55

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Annalise VanVranken


FoodCorps Massachusetts Fellow
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609-992-6277

Annalise (or Anna) started with The Food Project in fall 2016 as the Massachusetts Fellow for FoodCorps. She recently moved from her home state of New Jersey, where she served with FoodCorps for two years at the Salem County Career and Technical High School. While in that role, Anna taught kids from pre-K to high school how to grow, cook and eat fresh food in the Garden State and is thrilled to be continuing her work with FoodCorps in Massachusetts. She is a 2014 graduate of Wells College and holds a dual B.A. in Environmental Studies and Sociology and a minor in Sustainability. In her spare time, Anna loves digging in compost, eating spicy food, and doing tricks on horseback.

Safeeyah Quereshi


High Meadows Fellow- Assistant Grant Writer

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781-259-8621 x27

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Sara MacKenzie


Annual Giving and Database Manager

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781-259-8621 x38

Sara joined The Food Project in June 2016 as our Annual Giving and Database Manager. She comes to us from the Appalachian Mountain Club where she co-led outdoor trips for youth in the Boston area and most recently supported their Membership department. Sara received her B.A. in Sociology with a concentration in Peace and Conflict Studies from Holy Cross in Worcester, MA. She is passionate about social justice and in her free time can be found on the Cape, hiking in the mountains, or searching for good small-batch coffee!

Chavella Lee Pacheco


FoodCorps Service Member

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617-442-1322 x22

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Jenn Coverdale


FoodCorps Service Member

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Jenn is a FoodCorps Service Member based at The Food Project where she grows and munches on vegetables with students at three Lynn elementary schools, and also serves with the North Shore Root Crew. Jenn joined FoodCorps immediately after obtaining her BA in Social Work and Sustainable Development at Gordon College. Jenn is passionate about youth development. While she was still a student, Jenn began working with young people in Lynn, leading wilderness trips, and teaching outdoor education. She is thrilled to be a second-year service member at The Food Project. In her free time, Jenn enjoys hiking, laughing until she cries, and putting too much hot sauce on breakfast food.

Jenn Coverdale


 

FoodCorps Service Member

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