Beth Anne grew up in the beautiful hills of Northeast Georgia. She is a 2012 graduate of Berry College in Rome, Georgia. After finishing her Bachelor's Degree in Government, she served two years as a Teach for America Corps Member where she taught 11th grade US History and AP US History at Lee High School in Montgomery. During the summer of her time as a Corps Member, she interned for the Jacksonville Public Education Fund in Jacksonville, Florida. Beth Anne is excited about the work E.A.T. South is doing in the River Region as she works to make a positive impact in Montgomery.
Natilee currently serves on the Diversity and Grassroots Committees of the National Sustainable Agriculture Coalition (NSAC), as the policy liaison for the Souther Sustainable Agriculture Working Group (SSAWG) and the Food Policy Network's Advisory Committee (part of the Center for a Livable Future at Johns Hopkins' Bloomberg School of Public Health).
Natilee earned a B.A. in Spanish from Howard University, a J.D. with a Public Interest Certificate from the University of Alabama School of Law and a Masters in Peace and Conflict Studies from the Center for Peace and Conflict Studies at the University of Sydney in Australia while serving as a Rotary Ambassadorial Fellow. She loves cooking, traveling, and learning about new cultures.
Caylor grew up in Troy and is returning after many years in Oregon where she worked with community organizations, farmed and helped farmers market their produce. She's slowly readjusting to the Alabama heat, but is excited to connect with our community around good food and gardening. Her favorite vegetable is fresh peas.
Good Food Day Coordinator
Amanda has experience working in various food industries. From growing vegetables and raising poultry to educating, cooking and marketing. Her favorite vegetable is artichoke and her favorite fruit is blueberry.
Amanda has her bachelors degree in Environmental Science and has had the fortune of studying ecology at Whittier College, California and at the School of International Training in Quito, Ecuador. She conducted field research in Tana River, Kenya.
While living in Alabama, she has begun to reconnect with her southern roots. She enjoys meeting new people at art shows and farmers markets.