1. What does work look like for you these days?
The FEED Team is mostly working remotely still, meeting up occasionally in NYC for in-person meetings or shoots. My typical workday starts after I help get my kids off to school and my baby settled with our nanny and then I am able to settle down in front of my computer to start checking email and zooming. I'll use a 30 minute break midday to leave my house and grab a salad or tea nearby just to get some fresh air. In the last few days, most of my days have involved meeting someone for a breakfast or lunch meeting. And at least once a week, I try to get out to the FEED Shop & Cafe in Brooklyn.
2. What is your favorite part of your daily routine
The best part of my daily routine are my mornings, and I am not a morning person, so this surprises me even as I write this. Walking my son to his school bus and then getting my baby out of his crib and dressed in the morning are things I really look forward to. I also play my daily Wordle for my family tournament and try to take a walk either alone or with my baby Rocky to get my daily oat milk latte.
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3. How would you describe your personal style in three words?
Classic, utilitarian, slightly bohemian
4. What are three things you always have in your work bag?
- Notebook and pen
- Reusable water bottle
5. What cause or issue drives you? How do you get involved & help make a difference?
I am inspired to help kids get the food and nutrition they need to grow, learn and thrive. I believe that no matter where you are born or into what family or situation, your basic needs like food and access to education should be met, and I founded FEED in 2007 as a way to help give back and allow others a tangible and measurable way to get involved in the issue of childhood hunger. I am also on the Board of Food Bank for NYC and involved with local hunger issues as well.