Alaska Herring Week – January 2016-present

  • Event Coordinator

Northwest Chocolate Festival – July 2013-present

  • Exhibitor Coordinator

Alvarez Organic Farms – June 2015-May 2017

  • Wholesale Program Manager

President, Seattle Chefs Collaborative – June 2011-March 2015

  • Board member since 1999, Food, Beverage & Logistics Coordinator for Seattle Farmer-Fisher-Chef Connection since 2007; Meet & Greet Coordinator 2007-2013.
Seattle Farmers Market Association – June 2007-March 2015
  • Communications Director, Vendor & Chef Liaison for group managing three farmers market in Seattle (Ballard, Wallingford & Madrona).

Lead Photographer, Handbook for Small and Direct Marketing Farms: Regulations and Strategies for Farm and Food Businesses, Washington State Department of Agriculture, 2014

Co-Author, Washington State Farmers Market Manual, Washington State University Press 2008

Event Coordinator – Washington State University Foundation – July 2006-October 2008

  • Primary organizer of WSU @ Benaroya Hall and WSU @ Pike Place Market, events pairing researchers from WSU’s College of Agriculture, Human and Natural Resource Sciences with the farmers they benefit and with local chefs using the ingredients that they research.

Executive Director – Washington State Farmers Market Assoc – Jan. 1999-Dec. 2005

Organizer – Farm Aid – Jul. -Sept. 2004
  • Primary local activities organizer and liaison for Farm Aid 2004.  Developed Ten Ways In Ten Days showcase program at Pike Place Market and organized pre-concert reception.
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