Ashleigh Eubanks has 10 years of experience doing social change work. She has organized around youth homelessness, safety for queer, trans and gender-non conforming people of color and food justice. Her passion for food comes from her experiences growing up in a food desert. She holds the belief that food justice and food sovereignty are at the heart of all liberation work. Ashleigh is the Food Justice Organizer for the Communities for Healthy Food Bed-Stuy, initiative at NEBHDCo – a holistic food justice project which includes cooking classes, cooperative business training and development, urban farming, retail work, youth programs, and more.