Slow Food Indy promotes central Indiana’s food culture with events and programs that focus on good, clean, and fair food for everyone.
P.O. Box 2884
Indianapolis, IN 46206-2884
Slow Food Indy Board
Interested in joining our board? We are accepting applications online. Apply today.
Marisol became a member of Slow Food Indy in 2014. A Trinidad & Tobago native, she is an avid cook and has converted part of her backyard into a miniature urban farm lab. She is a proud graduate of Howard University and the Director of Membership & Engagement at the Indianapolis Zoo.
Brad Williams joined Slow Food Indy as a volunteer in 2013. The Bloomington Farmers Market originally inspired Brad’s enthusiasm for local food. He hopes to connect more Indianapolis residents interested in local and organic food through a wide array of programming.
Teri is a transplant from the San Francisco Bay Area. She is excited to create events to inspire palates and stomachs. Teri is a graduate of the University of California, San Diego and is the Program and Event Coordinator for the Indianapolis Prize, the world’s leading award for animal conservation.
Anna has been a culinary student, Second Helpings volunteer and catering program manager. Currently, she is majoring in Philanthropy and Non-Profit Management, at IUPUI with the goal of starting a culinary job training program when she finishes her degree.
Jess relocated to Indianapolis in 2008. After discovering the local food movement and exploring markets and farm-to-table restaurants she fell in love with her new home. She now works as a Realtor and has a passion for helping people discover and fall in love with our city through food.
Erin earned a music degree from Butler University, then attended culinary school in Chicago. After returning to Indy, her experience at Neal Brown Hospitality, one of Indy’s premier restaurant groups, helped grow her interest in a Slow lifestyle. Erin is part of the team at ClusterTruck, a food delivery startup.
Leah anded in Indiana after spending three years living in Europe. While abroad, Leah developed a passion for slow food which was one of her motivations for founding Taxman Brewing Company. As COO of Taxman, Leah is able to bring her vision to life through Taxman’s farm to table gastropub in Bargersville.
RJ joined the Slow Food Indy board in 2015. He co-founded Chef’s Night Off, an ongoing series of “pirate” dinners – conceptualized and executed by cooks and bartenders from Indy’s most respected restaurants. He is on a mission to raise Indy’s culinary reputation regionally and nationally.
Roy is Purdue Extension educator for agriculture and natural resources for Hancock County. He is dedicated to assisting small farmers and increasing consumer access to Indiana-grown and value-added products. He’s a beekeeper and gardener in his free time.