Slow Food USA’s 2022 Leader Summit aims to bring chapter and working group leaders together to exchange ideas, learn new skills, and get inspired for the future of the movement. Start your year in the spirit of learning, advancing joy and justice, and growing your toolkit for achieving good, clean and fair food for all through the work of your chapter or working group. The Leader Summit will also serve as our 2022 National Congress, where we will come together and make decisions about our National Statute and the overall direction of Slow Food USA. Read more about proposed National Statute changes here.
From Jan 19 to Jan. 30, 2022, we will feature virtual sessions each day that will focus on advancing equity, inclusion and justice (EIJ) across four areas: fundraising, strategy, marketing and communications and programs. Sessions will vary in structure from workshops to panel discussions to “ask me anything”-style conversations with staff. and program leaders. We hope to see you there!
A CALL FOR JOY AND JUSTICE IN OUR NATION’S FOODWAYS
A conversation with Bilal Sarwari, Stephen Satterfield and Steven Satterfield
How do we meaningfully advance joy and pleasure, justice and solidarity in our foodways, our regions, our nation, and our world? Enjoy a rich conversation hosted by Slow Food USA Board Member Bilal Sarwari featuring Slow Food Atlanta Board Member and restaurateur Steven Satterfield and Whetstone Magazine Founder and host of acclaimed Netflix series High on the Hog Stephen Satterfield.
2022 LEADER SUMMIT ARCHIVE
The 2022 Leader Summit featured a variety of sessions that explored advancing equity, inclusion and justice (EIJ) through four areas of focus.