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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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Manny Encarnacion


 
Youth Development Specialist - Root Crew
781-346-6726 x57
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Sarah Wiggins


Events & Volunteer Coordinator
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781-259-8621 x54

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Charline Xu


FoodCorps Service Member

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Rae Axner


Rae Axner
Social Capital Inc. (SCI) AmeriCorps Volunteer Outreach Coordinator
781-996-1044
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Rae came to The Food Project to work with Seed Crew in the summer of 2016 as a Program Associate. She currently serves as a Social Capital Inc. (SCI) AmeriCorps Volunteer Outreach Coordinator and she additionally provides support for Dirt Crew and Root Crew. Rae graduated from Tufts in 2014 with a BA in Community Health and American Studies. Prior to joining The Food Project, Rae worked in housing advocacy, workers’ rights organizing, farming, youth leadership, and coffee. Rae believes in the power of young people and their central role in fighting for environmental justice and collective liberation. Outside of work, Rae grows vegetables in her small Somerville front yard, cooks garlic-heavy meals with her roommates, seeks out lakes and beaches, and laughs as much as possible.
 

Amanda Chin


Marketing and Communications Associate and Graphic Designer
781-259-8621 x26
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Amanda started at The Food Project in 2009 as a youth for two summers and and came back in 2015 as the Massachusetts Fellow for FoodCorps. She has a B.A. from the University of Vermont in Environmental Studies and a minor in Food Systems. Amanda cares a lot about forwarding justice and believes in a multidirectional approach. When not at work, she is probably crafting, cooking, or on an outdoor adventure. 

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