Instructor: Regina Ginyard

Regina Ginyard
Over the past twelve years, Regina Ginyard has worked to address the inequalities around access to healthy food in marginalized communities, as a community organizer, urban farmer, capacity-builder and conference convener. Currently, Regina works as the Events and Partnership Development Manager at WhyHunger.

Prior to joining WhyHunger, Regina worked to improve health outcomes, advance urban farming and developed partnerships as the Project Manager for the Farms at NYCHA initiative, the Director of Community Engagement & Marketing at The Campaign Against Hunger, and the Senior Associate for the Healthy Bodega Initiative at The Food Trust.

Regina is one of the founding members of La Finca Del Sur in the South Bronx, and one of the Co-founders of the Black Farmers and Urban Gardeners National Conference (BUGS.) Regina also co-stewards the South Bronx Food Hub Collective.

Classes by this instructor

In the spring of 2020, NYBG's Bronx Green-Up joined with Bronx-based gardens and urban farms to address food insecurity by growing and distributing fresh fruits and vegetables to local people in need. Since then, this network has grown into a more...
232GAR816O 10/07 Fr 12:00pm-1:00pm Casciani