LEADERSHIP

Youth Food Project is a a program of I-SEEED, a nationally-recognized 501(c)3, and chaired by Mandela MarketPlace & The Town Kitchen. 

For a full list of partners, click here

 

www.iseeed.org

I-­SEEED strives to build an ecosystem of “solutionists” to solve our communities’ most pressing social problems. We believe that through innovative economic, educational, environmental design, and cutting edge technology, we can create just and sustainable communities for all.

 

Contact:

JP Hailer, Youth Food Project Director

theyouthfoodproject@gmail.com


www.mandelamarketplace.org

Mandela MarketPlace is a non-profit organization that works in partnership with local residents, family farmers, and community-based businesses to improve health, create wealth, and build assets through cooperative food businesses in low-income communities.

Contact:

Mariela Cedena

Co-Chair, Youth Food Project

mariela@mandelamarketplace.org


www.thetownkitchen.com

The Town Kitchen is a community-driven food company that employs low-income youth. We deliver chef-crafted, boxed lunch to corporate clients in San Francisco, Oakland, and Berkeley.


www.bacr.org

BACR Youth Leadership and Workforce Development programs support young people to make positive decisions about their education, employment, and behavioral health. 

 

Contact:

Sabrina Mutukisna, Co-Founder

Co-Chair, Youth Food Project

sabrina@thetownkitchen.com

 

 

 

Contact:

Ruth Barajas, Program Director

rbarajas@bacr.org