Kyndra’s work focuses on projects that increase the impact and visibility of Florida Organic Growers’ programs, as well as create new avenues to amplify the voices of agricultural participants. She is passionate about facilitating dialogue and opportunities to implement effective and sustainable solutions to better the food system. Since 2019, Kyndra has worked with non-profit organizations in Florida on initiatives that promote healthy local food systems and advocacy through food policy. Prior to living in Florida, she worked South Korea with international organizations to promote organic and sustainable agriculture. Kyndra received her M.A. in Korean for Professionals and B.A. in English and Second Language Studies from the University of Hawaii at Manoa. She enjoys traveling, trying new foods, and spending her time with her family and two cats.