We are a dynamic chapter of Slow Food USA, fortunate to be in an area where Slow Food principles are lived by our neighbors: farms, dairies, wineries, cheesemakers, artisanal food producers, fishers, beekeepers, and so on.
Take a look at the links on this page and if you feel the way we do about good, clean and fair food, what you see will inform, entice, and delight you.
A volunteer Board of Directors works to facilitate the activities of the Slow Food East End Chapter—but those activities can happen only with the help of volunteers. Being a member of Slow Food means eating and shopping locally, in season and sustainably. It also means showing others how they can link the pleasures of food with community and environment. Won’t you consider becoming a new member or renew your membership in Slow Food? Or go even further and consider volunteering? We’d be delighted to hear from you. (You’ll find appropriate links to the side or above.) Join us! Thank you!
East End Chapter By Laws: Click here to view.
Board of Directors
Our board is elected annually following procedures set forth in bylaws adopted on December 9, 2009. All members of the Slow Food East End Chapter are entitled to vote.
The Chapter Board meets a minimum of four times a year. One of these is a public meeting open to the general public. All contributions to Slow Food East End are tax deductible through our affiliation with Slow Food USA, a 501(c) nonprofit, tax exempt organization.
Member-Elected Volunteer Leaders/Board of Directors
- Judiann Carmack-Fayyaz, Chair
- Bryan Futerman, Vice Chair
- Anne Howard, Membership Chair and Newsletter Editor
- Jeannie Calderale, Treasurer
- Joan Turturro, Secretary
- Pierre Friedrichs
- Tullia Limarzi
- Megan Schmidt
- Linda Slezak
- Cheryl Stair
- Ivo Tomasini
- Jeri Woodhouse
Ex Officio Leaders:
Ted Conklin, Founding Leader; Michael Denslow, Brian Halweil, Emily Herrick, Thomas Morgan, John Ross, Ursula Massoud, Kate Plumb, Mary Morgan.