Known for my raspy low voice and passion for eating leftovers, I’m on a mission to get the world excited about healthy habits and sustainable food. I work as the Cooking & Gardening Teacher at DC’s first green public charter school, and as “Director of Breaducation” at Seylou Bakery + Mill, a newly launched local grain community. I also host Lunch Agenda Radio, a virtual lunch date that offers listeners a chance to be food activists. Episodes start with food news headlines and end with one “action item” to help us make better-informed food choices in our day to day lives.
Prior, as Head of Marketing for the largest hunger nonprofit in the Washington, DC region, I helped provide 12% of our neighbors with nutritious food. I learned most of what I know about food and relationship-building as Marketing Director for San Francisco’s Bi-Rite, named “America’s most ambitious grocery” by Food + Wine. I have an undergrad degree from Stanford University and a Degree in Food Journalism from the French Culinary Institute.
I believe that #foodisvaluable and that we have the power to fix our environment, revitalize neighborhoods, and reduce economic inequality all through eating right.
I want my one-year-old daughter to grow up in a world where chicken farms don't pollute the river next door, where she can easily choose the healthiest milk at the grocery store, where people throw cheese rinds into a homemade broth pot instead of the trash bin.
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Kiko / @kikobuff / firstname.lastname@example.org