FPAC Interim Manager
Kristin is the Food Policy Advisory Council Interim Manager at the Office of Sustainability. She manages FPAC’s equity-focused strategic planning process and oversees the Council’s meetings and general operations. She previously held roles as facilitator and trainer with the Anti-Oppression Resource and Training Alliance (AORTA), co-op organizer for the Philadelphia Area Cooperative Alliance’s 20 Book Clubs, 20 Cooperative Businesses program, co-founder of Philadelphia Assembled Kitchen, and director of the Youth Empowerment Program at the Urban Nutrition Initiative in West Philadelphia, which supported the founding of Sankofa Community Farm. Kristin holds a BA in Individualized Studies with a focus in popular education and food sovereignty from Goddard College. When she is not working with FPAC, you can find Kristin organizing People’s Suppers with the Popular Alliance for Undocumented Workers’ Rights and cooking food for her friends, family, and neighbors. Nothing brings her more joy than feeding our movements for change and bringing people together around a love-filled meal.