ABOUT THE ORGANIZATION
Food for the Spirit uses the arts and creative facilitation to support racial healing, ecological justice, and equitable food systems. We do this by: encouraging dialogue around issues of race & racism in the food system; facilitating place-based networks, coalition-building, and collaborative projects; and supporting community storytelling, shifting narratives and public understanding. *First established in 2018, Food for the Spirit became a fiscally-sponsored project of Open Buffalo in 2020.
ABOUT THE POSITION
Working alongside F4tS’s Co-Founding Director, the BFEN Director will fulfill a leadership position on the ground in Buffalo. Measurements of success for the BFEN Director include: securing sustainable and ongoing funding for the BFEN; convening a leadership team to drive the strategic vision and activities of the BFEN; building awareness amongst BFEN members and the broader community about the resources and supports available through the BFEN; and ensuring clarity and transparency around how BFEN members work together to support campaigns and programs of the BFEN and F4tS more broadly.