Sam Brown (she/her)

Sam decided to pursue development when she realized her lifelong love of talking to people had a place and purpose in the movement for climate justice. Currently, Sam lives in her hometown of Brooklyn, New York while wrapping up her Master’s Degree in Public Administration from CUNY Baruch College. Although her background includes volunteer and […]

Ebonee Stevenson (she/her)

Ebonee Stevenson is a frontline veteran community development professional, Black urban farmer, journalist, and community-based educator. She is a self-professed agriculture nerd with over 15 years of experience focused on community organizing in marginalized communities of color. She has worked with many community-based organizations, unions, and religious and educational institutions. She has worked on affordable […]

Evan Flom (he/him)

Evan supports the Coalition from the shores of Lake Superior, where he began working with regional farms in 2011. Originally from the suburbs of Minneapolis, Evan has worked in both urban and rural agricultural settings and has supported a variety of food justice initiatives through community non-profits. Poetry, gardening, running, and eating good food in […]

Ana Moran (she/her)

I am a multi-racial Latinx womxn based in New Mexico. I have been volunteering on farms since college and have a deep passion for conservation and regenerative agriculture. Currently, I steward land and maintain a farm in Albuquerque with a women’s farming collective I helped form over the last two years. Before starting with the […]

Tabetha Zimmerman (she/her)

​​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 […]

Tamisha Singletary (they/them)

Tamisha Singletary brings over 15 years of experience as a community farmer and organizer committed to equity in sustainable living to the Young Farmers’ policy team. A co-founder to a 4.75 acre non-profit land project with four other young farmers, Singletary has also worked with five other growers’ organizations in their hometown Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Rooted […]

Shelby Saucier (they/them)

Shelby is passionate about sustainability and building equitable systems and comes to Young Farmers with experience across multiple sectors. Starting their career as a farmer in Maine, Shelby transitioned into career counseling and international recruiting, international nonprofit management, and has most recently worked with GrowNYC to centralize and structure their recruiting and training initiatives. Shelby […]

Angel Papineau (they/them)

Angel’s love of growing food was nurtured at a young age by school gardens in their hometown of Somerville, Massachusetts. For the last decade, Angel has been loving, farming, and dancing in Philly. As they pursue work with Young Farmers they are only backyard gardening, but they have big dreams of ranching and fiber farming. […]

Míchi López (she/her)

Míchi (rhymes with peachy) serves as the FRSAN-NE Coordinator with the Coalition. Míchi is a beginner farmer who received her Chemistry B.A. from the University of Iowa. Prior to joining Young Farmers, Míchi served as a co-farm manager of a 5-acre educational farm and as an Access and Equity Coordinator, working to identify gaps within […]

Kim Cook (she/her)

Kim comes to Young Farmers after 8 years of farming diversified vegetables in and around Philly. She has organized with her local Young Farmers chapter for many of those years, connecting with farmers through the network in her region and nationally. Kim brings an anti-capitalist and labor-focused perspective to her work. She is inspired by […]