Following her work as Senior Program Manager of RAFI-USA's Come to the Table program, Michelle now serves as Operations Director. Michelle earned a Master of Divinity from Duke Divinity School and a Master of Social Work from the UNC-CH School of Social Work and has served in leadership positions in churches, nonprofit ministries, and community organizing groups.
On March 22, 2021 Come to the Table (CTTT) hosted the third session of our 2021 School for Food Justice, Faith, and Storytelling (SFJFS). Faith leaders from across North Carolina participated in this virtual session.
Read about the second session of the School for Food Justice, Faith, and Storytelling. This new fellowship program brings together faith leaders from across NC to focus on hunger and gain tools to end hunger in their communities.
Come to the Table program is pleased to once again offer technical assistance grants to support up to 30 rural United Methodist churches throughout North Carolina that are engaging in emergency hunger relief efforts.
RAFI-USA is pleased to announce a new fellowship program. This fellowship will bring together faith leaders from across North Carolina to learn about the root causes of hunger, uncover and challenge the dominant narrative around why people are hungry, and learn how story-based strategies can transform the conversation on hunger in communities.
RAFI’s Come to the Table program has been providing mini-grants to rural United Methodist Churches throughout North Carolina. We had a conversation with one grantee, Dave Clark of Norman UMC and God’s Garden and Davon Goodwin of the Sandhills AgInnovation Center to discuss their food ministry and the impact of the grant.