For five years now, the FSLN has been offering members the opportunity to work 1:1 with esteemed food systems leaders to troubleshoot challenges, build relationships, and gain clarity on their unique role in advancing equitable food systems. We hope you’ll join us in congratulating the 6th cohort of FSLN members who will be participating in the FSLN Mentorship Program this year.
2022 FSLN Mentees on the Kick Off Call
Mentor: A-dae Romero-Briones, First Nations Development Institute
Mentor: Nancy Creamer, Professor Emerita, NC State University
Mentor: Niaz Dorry, Northwest Atlantic Marine Alliance and National Family Farm Coalition
Mentor: Lydia Villanueva, CASA Del Llano, Inc.
Mentor: Miles Gordon, the Gardens Project, and Kitchen Table Consulting
Mentor: Kukui Maunakea-Forth, Founder and Executive Director, MA’O Organic Farms
Mentor: Malik Yakini, Detroit Black Community Food Security Network
Mentor: Karen Washington, Rise and Root Farm
Mentor: Angel Mendez, Red Tomato