Sarah Grey

As a longtime activist on a broad range of social justice issues, I work from a close interest in grassroots efforts for sustainable democratic development. Thus I see the co-operative model as perhaps the most promising form of community building.

I have been actively involved in the effort to bring a food co-op to Columbus since we began organizing, and have served on the board since its creation. Frustrated by the lack of local access to real food, I remain determined to help build a robust local food movement. It would be a privilege to continue as a board member.

Beyond the co-op, relevant local volunteer work includes the board or steering committees of the Inclusive Community Coalition, Empty Bowls, Arts for AIDS, Konbit Lasante Pou Limonade, Cubamistad, Friends of Haiti, etc. Through the Wylie Fund, I administer a popular literacy project in northern Haiti.

Originally from England, I have lived here in Bartholomew County for almost 40 years. My children grew up in the wooded hills west of town.

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