Grace Bell joined the Good food for All team as Food Security and Nutrition Education Program Assistant in June 2018 after graduating high school.
I’ve been part of the Eastside Afterschool Program community for the past 3 and a half years, witnessing Good Food grow from the time they partnered with East Side Boxing Club in 2015. The collaborative efforts from both organizations has greatly impacted my life by providing opportunities, support, resources and inspiration.
I plan to pursue a career that incorporates all the passions closest to my heart: holistic medicine and nutrition, education and advocacy, mental wellness, writing and business.
Gracie at East Side Boxing Club leading nutrition education sessions.
Through the Peer Leadership program, Good Food for All has given me a platform to transform my passions into skill sets all while helping to grow my community. Elizabeth Fisher, founder and Executive Director of Good Food for All mentors me every step of the way and continuous to congratulate me on my efforts and challenges me to improve my skills.
The opportunity of becoming part of the Peer Leadership Program as well as becoming a Peer Coach, has helped me develop the confidence to take on leadership roles in all aspects of my life.