Welcome to the W.K. Kellogg Foundation Expert Resource Directory – an alphabetical list of experts who are knowledgeable leaders in the areas of food, health & well-being; early childhood education; family economic security; racial equity; and community & civic engagement. Please use this directory to connect with the experts directly as sources for articles, blogs or other kinds of media; speakers for events or conferences; or for expanding your own personal network. If you have updates to or questions/comments about this directory, we want to hear from you.
|Tatiana Garcia-Granados||Common Market Philadelphia||executive director||Northeast||Food Value Chains|
Biography: Tatiana Garcia-Granados is the executive director of Common Market, a ( ... )
values-driven wholesaler and consolidator of local food in the Philadelphia region. Before leading Common Market, Garcia-Granados was the co-founder and executive director of the East Park Revitalization Alliance, a community-based nonprofit that empowers residents to revitalize the Strawberry Mansion neighborhood of Philadelphia through the arts, environment and education. She has a MBA from the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania.
|Wil Bullock Jr.||The Trustees of Reservations||trustees farm educator||Northeast||Youth Engagement, Communications|
Biography: Wil doesn’t consider himself the “norm” in the conservation movement. After ( ... )
growing up in Boston, he happened to get a summer job at a non-profit organization that teaches youth about agriculture, and that job changed his life. He has spent the last 14 years working the land and creating programs and job opportunities for inner city youth. He leads workshops around the country about the value of youth participation in food systems and land conservation. In 2005, Wilbur became the youngest person to receive a W.K. Kellogg Foundation Food and Society Fellowship. Wil currently runs the City Harvest Youth Corps and the Charles River Valley Youth Corps for The Trustees of Reservations, supervising 12 youth and providing valuable hands-on work experience and critical leadership skills. He was a member of the 2004-2006 class of Food and Society Policy Fellows.