Jordan provides technical assistance and coaching to local food policy councils around grassroots organizing to build power for food policy that advances the goals of the Michigan Good Food Charter. They co-facilitate the Michigan Local Food Council Network Policy Advocacy Learning Cohort and support other regional events and initiatives that develop community organizing power in our local food movements.
Prior to joining CRFS, Jordan earned their Associate Certified Coach credentials through the International Coaching Federation and was running a coaching practice focused on supporting social justice organizers and organizations to dismantle white supremacy culture and build cultures that actively empower all people. They have over twelve years of organizing experience in movements like environmental justice, food justice, and labor justice with a framework that centers collective liberation.
Advancing Equitable Local Food Policy through Community Organizing
Published on March 31, 2023
Charter Discussion Guide for Councils
Published on March 17, 2023
Michigan Good Food Charter: Michigan Farm to Institution Network Virtual Meeting
Published on January 25, 2023
2022 Charter Launch Webinar Recording and Resources
Published on August 19, 2022