Reuben Gregory is responsible for Sustainability and Strategic Partnerships at a local hunger relief center, Metro Caring. His passion for growing food at home led to starting community gardens which then led to farming for different entities, such as Denver Public Schools. While at Metro Caring, he has provided leadership in programming areas including food access, food waste reduction, and nutrition and gardening education.
Reuben is a former Rocky Mountain Farmers’ Union fellow, and currently sits on the board of Future Pointe, consulting and developing integrated solutions for food waste statewide. In the summer of 2016 he joined the mayor-appointed Sustainable Food Policy Council of Denver.
Reuben initially moved to Colorado to help start a new church, lived in a faith-based intentional community outside of Philadelphia, and currently serves on Session as an elder at Capitol Heights Presbyterian Church.