We are pleased to introduce Good Food for All’s Board of Directors. Our international team has expertise in the public and private sectors and ample passion for social issues. Read on to meet the Board…
Elizabeth Fisher was born and raised in Vancouver, Canada. For the past 10 years, she has traveled the world working in the nonprofit sector. During this time, Elizabeth earned her BA in International Development from McGill University in Montreal and her MPA in Nonprofit Management from New York University in New York. She has worked with vulnerable and marginalized populations in Kenya, Rwanda, Cambodia, and New York in the areas of economic development and education. Upon her return to Vancouver, Elizabeth opted to focus her efforts on more local needs and founded Good Food for All in 2015. She looks forward to using her skills and experience to tackle food insecurity and inequality in Vancouver.
Laura Bennegadi was born and raised in Paris, France where she graduated valedictorian of an M.S. in International Strategic Management at the Sorbonne University. Laura decided to use her business background to contribute to the success of artistic and cultural endeavors. She has worked in the New York theater industry as an associate producer on three Off-Broadway shows and has worked as a marketing coordinator for US tours of live shows. Laura has also experience in development as she worked on fundraising campaigns, such as the American Friends of the Auschwitz-Birkenau Foundation’s campaign which led to 30M Euros donations by 18 individuals. She is currently the Associate Director of the T.Fellowship program, in association with Columbia University School of the Arts. Laura is the CEO and Founder of ArtBound Initiative, an international arts internship program which connects interns with professional artists, galleries, and arts organizations in New York and in Berlin. www.artboundinitiative.com
Rachel Tennenbaum is an experienced communications professional, California native, and NYC resident. She currently works at the education nonprofit Teach For America, where she develops knowledge management strategies to facilitate communications between TFA’s national development team and its 53 regional offices. She joined TFA as a communications associate, and previously served as a communications manager with HealthCorps, a teen-health nonprofit founded by Dr. Oz. Rachel has a BA in Writing from UC Santa Cruz and an MA in International Relations and Media from NYU. A committed social justice advocate, Rachel nurses an interest in sustainability and alternative economic models. Given some down time, she can be found doing yoga, taking exploratory walks around the city, and reading. She is so happy to be part of Good Food for All’s work.