The Nashville Food Project (TNFP) embraces a vision of vibrant community food security in which everyone in Nashville has access to the food they want and need through a just and sustainable food system. TNFP believes that food can be a powerful tool to foster health, belonging and justice in the Nashville community and that is why they focus on three key programs.
Grow – TNFP grows organic food intensively in their gardens and shares those resources with others interested in growing their own food.
Cook – In TNFP’s kitchens, they use recovered, donated, and garden-grown food to prepare and cook made-from-scratch meals.
Share – In the Nashville community, TNFP shares nourishing meals in partnership with local poverty-disrupting nonprofits and community groups.
TNFP is seeking a Chief Executive Officer (CEO) who is thoroughly committed to TNFP’s mission and understanding of the interconnection of social justice and food justice. Reporting to the Board of Directors, the CEO will have overall strategic and operational responsibility for TNFP staff, programs, and expansion and execution of its mission. The CEO should be a proven leader and have exhibited maturity and management experience leading in the nonprofit sector.
To Express Interest
TNFP has engaged Koya Partners to help in this hire. Please submit a compelling cover letter and resume to Christy Farrell here.
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