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    Lanese Martin

    As a Co-Founder and Co-Executive Director of The Hood Incubator, Lanese spearheads the organization's political strategy, including base-building, community organizing, and policy advocacy work. Lanese began her professional career consulting small family businesses by systemizing their operations and developing growth strategies for them. While studying for an MBA in Sustainable Enterprise she began to shift her focus to political organizing and progressive campaigns. Her work as the Field Director for an Oakland-based nonprofit led to deep relationships with non-profits and Black & Brown
  2. As a Co-Founder and Co-Executive Director of The Hood Incubator, Lanese spearheads the organization's political strategy, including base-building, community organizing, and policy advocacy work. Lanese began her professional career consulting small family businesses by systemizing their operations and developing growth strategies for them. While studying for an MBA in Sustainable Enterprise she began to shift her focus to political organizing and progressive campaigns. Her work as the Field Director for an Oakland-based nonprofit led to deep relationships with non-profits and Black & Brown
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    Joy Moore

    A long-time local food activist, Joy Moore played a key role in community efforts to reform school lunch in the Berkeley Unified School District, co-founded Farm Fresh Choice, of the Ecology Center, serves on the Boards of Spiral Gardens, Planting Justice and Pie Ranch, and is a member of the Berkeley Food Policy Council. She has lived and worked in Berkeley since 1969 having migrated from New York city. Retired from the City of Berkeley Chronic Disease Prevention Program in 2007, she attended UC Santa Cruz's Center for Agroecology and Sustainable Food Systems. Joy currently teaches a garden b
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    Joy Moore

    A long-time local food activist, Joy Moore played a key role in community efforts to reform school lunch in the Berkeley Unified School District, co-founded Farm Fresh Choice, of the Ecology Center, serves on the Boards of Spiral Gardens, Planting Justice and Pie Ranch, and is a member of the Berkeley Food Policy Council. She has lived and worked in Berkeley since 1969 having migrated from New York city. Retired from the City of Berkeley Chronic Disease Prevention Program in 2007, she attended UC Santa Cruz's Center for Agroecology and Sustainable Food Systems. Joy currently teaches a garden b
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    Christine Stenquist

    Christine is a brain tumor survivor, mother of four, and cannabis advocate. In 1996, she was diagnosed with an Acoustic Neuroma, a rare benign brain tumor. An unsuccessful surgery left 60% of the tumor still intact. Due to complications during the surgery Christine was unable to rejoin the workforce and had to file for disability. Over the course of the next 16 years she would have other diagnoses added to the list. The downturn in health left her housebound and bedridden for the better part of two decades. In 2012, her health declined even further. She turned once again to her doctor for help
  6. Christine is a brain tumor survivor, mother of four, and cannabis advocate. In 1996, she was diagnosed with an Acoustic Neuroma, a rare benign brain tumor. An unsuccessful surgery left 60% of the tumor still intact. Due to complications during the surgery Christine was unable to rejoin the workforce and had to file for disability. Over the course of the next 16 years she would have other diagnoses added to the list. The downturn in health left her housebound and bedridden for the better part of two decades. In 2012, her health declined even further. She turned once again to her doctor for help
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    Elise Szabo

    Presentation: "Investing in Intergenerational Wisdom” Elise Szabo (they/them or she/her) is a Movement Building Fellow with Students for Sensible Drug Policy (SSDP), working out of the Oakland, CA office and supporting young people organizing to end drug criminalization. Elise began their work in the world of drug policy reform in high school, after writing a research paper on the use of psychedelics in therapy. After their leadership with an SSDP chapter while studying Philosophy and engaging in various areas of student activism at Kent State University, Elise served on SSDP's student-le
  8. Presentation: "Investing in Intergenerational Wisdom” Elise Szabo (they/them or she/her) is a Movement Building Fellow with Students for Sensible Drug Policy (SSDP), working out of the Oakland, CA office and supporting young people organizing to end drug criminalization. Elise began their work in the world of drug policy reform in high school, after writing a research paper on the use of psychedelics in therapy. After their leadership with an SSDP chapter while studying Philosophy and engaging in various areas of student activism at Kent State University, Elise served on SSDP's student-le
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