- Facebook: 412 Food Rescue, 724 Food Rescue
Instagram: @412FoodRescue @724FoodRescue
Twitter: @412FoodRescue @724FoodRescue
- Topics covered in this Podcast:
-What is 412 Food Rescue? Tell us about the mission- how does it work?
-How can people get involved? Any requirements?
-How is 412 Food Rescue working to expand its volunteer base?
Welcome to the show! Today, we have two wonder women on a mission to help take 2 problems and use each as a solution for the other: food waste, and hunger in our community. These women are:
Terri Hammond is a curious problem solver and system builder. Her experiences in publishing, education, retail marketing, hospitality and now business coaching have carried the theme of continuous improvement.
At ThistleSea Business Development, Terri works with both for-profit and non-profit organizations to improve their systems and deliver great results.
In May of 2017, Terri was elected to the Board of Directors of 412 Food Rescue, a Pittsburgh-based tech non-profit committed to reducing hunger WHILE ALSO reducing food waste.
Becca Suffrin is committed to pursuing vibrant justice and creating positive, sustainable, and equitable change in Pittsburgh and beyond.
After studying International Relations and Cultural Geography at Ohio Wesleyan University, She came back to the burgh in 2014 to spend 2 years as an education justice fellow and team leader with Repair the World: Pittsburgh.
Since joining the 412 Food Rescue team in September of 2016, Becca has managed the organization’s digital presence, marketing, and engagement. She encourages you to “like” 412 Food Rescue on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter!