Tabetha is a tech professional with a passion for food access. She credits the free lunch program for her interest in tech after winning an academic scholarship in middle school that provided her with her first computer, igniting a passion for policy writing, food, and software development. This guided Tabetha to George Washington University to study Information Systems and Tourism Management in Washington, D.C.
Before serving as the Information Systems Manager, Tabetha served as a technical training and skills expert for luxury hotel brands, including The Four Seasons and Kimpton Hotels and Restaurants. In this position, Tabetha would travel across the world, expanding the technical architecture for culinary and service teams while also eating as many new foods as possible. Tabetha’s teams won top-shelf industry awards, including AAA Five Diamonds and Michelin Stars.
Tabetha now works with Young Farmers to identify how tech will propel the organization forward. When not at her computer, you will find Tabetha at a farmers market or traveling to a new city for a “must try” restaurant.