Our current staff roster includes Adam Shave, Bill Ironfield, Chris Bishal, Daniel Durosier, David Jeffery, Eric Ballhaussen, Eric Siegel, Gardijan Nedzipovik, Jeff Barry, Matthew Burt, Miles Douglass, Pete Meuse, Rebecca Bilodeau, Sean Connolly, Thomas H Ayling IV, Tamara Monroe, and a few others! Click the name of a staff member to see their bio, or scroll down to see them all. You can also check out the bios of our many illustrious alumni.
Hometown: Brightwaters, NY
Favorite fruit and/or vegetable: Avocado
Bio: Born on Long Island, I had a pretty ordinary, yet fantastic childhood in suburbia, for which I am very grateful. During that time, I worked for a small, successful wholesale greenhouse, and learned a lot about horticulture and agriculture. In 2008, I graduated from Marist College with a degree in Psychology and moved to Boston promptly thereafter. It took me a year to realize it, but I still wanted to work and grow with a small business. I signed on with Boston Organic with that intent, and have been enjoying the ride ever since. I currently reside in Somerville, MA, with my amazing wife Meg and our adorable pup Posey, and we love this city. You can usually find us working on our new home or taking weekend trips to upstate New York.
Hometown: Windham, NH
Favorite fruit and/or vegetable: Apples
Bio: I was born and raised in southern New Hampshire where I still live today. I joined the Boston Organics team almost 9 years ago when we were still upstairs and have loved it ever since. I started out in the warehouse, became a driver for a while, moved back to the warehouse, took a summer off, and moved back to the warehouse, where I am now the Warehouse Manager. I graduated from Umass last year with a Bachelors Degree in History. In my spare time I work at Johnson's Highland View Farm right across the street from my house, build things from wood, fix the car, try to go fishing, read books about old things, talk about the future and compare it to the past, and like really good shoes.
Hometown: New Hampshire
Favorite fruit and/or vegetable: Banana
Bio: I wasn't exposed to a wide variety of foods as a kid, but my passion for fitness led me to explore the world of nutrition and healthy eating. During college, I was introduced to all sorts of amazing produce and food, and I learned to appreciate the science of cooking while working at City Girl Cafe in Inman Square. I joined the Boston Organics Crew as a driver in September 2014 and I enjoy being part of a company that is so driven by its mission. When I'm not delivering fresh produce, I teach boot camps, practice mixed Martial Arts, run road races, and enjoy quilting, camping, cooking and baking.
Hometown: Haverstraw, NY
Favorite fruit and/or vegetable: Mango
Bio: After working on the morning produce line for several months, I officially joined the warehouse team as a full-time employee in June 2014. Now I just do my part to make the warehouse a clean, safe, and organized workplace. I enjoy going on various trips and adventures on my own or with a few friends and my passion for any kind of music with a solid beat can be attributed to my family's musical history and my time in a drumline as a bass drummer. In my free time, I collect gemstones and love learning about different cultures, religions, astrology, and metaphysics.
Hometown: Pepperell, MA
Favorite fruit and/or vegetable: Half-Green McIntosh Apples
Bio: When I was young, I learned to appreciate the value of fresh food by picking green beans straight from the vine with my dad on his uncle's farm in New Hampshire. Boston Organics' commitment to sustainability inspired me to join the company and I enjoy bringing our customers the amazing seasonal produce we receive each week from local farms. Outside of work, I enjoy exploring New England (so many bogs!) and visiting the growing number of craft breweries in the area. Come say hi if you see me out on the road - I'm told that I'm particularly good at recognizing and remembering voices.
Hometown: Hickory, NC
Favorite fruit and/or vegetable: Mutsu Apples
Bio: I was born and raised in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains and spent my high school years in the dynamic city of Berlin, Germany. Since graduating from UNC Chapel Hill, my love for food has led me to Boston and on a meandering career touching various aspects of the regional food system. My wife and I live in Jamaica Plain, near the beautiful Franklin Park, where we enjoy walks in the woods, foraging, and frisbee. I can usually be found in the kitchen, in the garden or biking all over town.
Hometown: Menlo Park, CA
Favorite fruit and/or vegetable: Sunchokes
Bio: Born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area, I now call East Somerville my home. After graduating from Tufts University, I looked for a company that would allow me to "grow" my interest in sustainable food systems. When I'm not at work, you might find me running, playing kickball or relaxing at one of Somerville's great coffee shops. I enjoy reading, writing, gardening and cooking. It's always an adventure when Boston Organics introduces me to a new fruit or vegetable and I get to learn how to cook with it at home. I run most of Boston Organics' social media sites and I love it when our customers share photos of things they make with their organic fruits and veggies!
Favorite fruit and/or vegetable: Bananas
Bio: I am a Gypsy originally from Macedonia. I like travelling and I've been to Spain, Germany, England, France, Italy, the Netherlands and Ireland. My favorite sports are soccer and basketball, and I play soccer every Friday. I like to party on the weekend - my favorite clubs are Gypsy Bar and Royale. I love listening to music every day. The music is in our blood! I have lots of instruments, but I can't really play them all.
Hometown: Providence, RI
Favorite fruit and/or vegetable: Mangoes
Bio: I graduated from Skidmore College in 1990 with a degree in Anthropology. From 1990-1992, I served as a Peace Corps volunteer in the Comoros Islands off the coast of East Africa from 1990-1992. While a volunteer, I taught high school English; I also helped get funds to build a central marketplace in my village for the local growers, artisans, and fishermen. After Peace Corps, I went to the Fletcher School at Tufts and got a Masters degree with a focus on Environmental Economics and International Business in 1995. I then moved to San Francisco where I did all kinds of jobs, but mainly had a lot of fun (mountain biking, yoga, marathons, eating good food, making good friends). While in SF I subscribed to a similar service called Planet Organics. In 2002, my wife and I decided to head back east to be closer to our families. It was at that point that I decided to start Boston Organics, with the goal of bringing fresh local and organic produce to the people of the Boston area. With help from my late grandfather, I purchased a van, posted a few fliers around town and started the business. Most of my free time outside of work is joyfully spent with my wife and three boys cooking, eating, and playing outside.
Hometown: Wrentham, MA
Favorite fruit and/or vegetable: Collard Greens
Bio: I grew up in Wrentham, MA, in the days before the outlet mall, and moved to Boston to study audio production. After graduating, I moved to Philadelphia with my band to take advantage of the cheap rent and vegan cheesesteaks. Upon returning to Boston in 2005, I learned about Boston Organics and heard that they were hiring! After a year behind the reigns of a Boston Organics van, I moved into the office to manage the delivery logistics. Currently, I manage the produce buying and inventory. I enjoy riding my bike, music, and cooking.
Hometown: Deer Isle, ME
Favorite fruit and/or vegetable: Artichoke
Bio: I grew up on Deer Isle, Maine. I was a cook every summer through high school, college, and after. That is where I gained my passion for food and cooking. I cooked both on Deer Isle and Martha's Vineyard. I went to Union College and graduated with a degree in Political Science. I bounced around after college before settling here in Boston. I am a big sports fan and support all the local Boston teams. I started with the company as delivery driver and I am now working in the office as a Purchaser. I am excited by the opportunity to grow with the company. I try and get out on the ocean as much as possible during the summer and always try and make it home for the lobster boat races.
Hometown: Hyannis, MA
Favorite fruit and/or vegetable: Garlic Scapes
Bio: I received my cosmetology license in 2005, though I have been a cosmic consultant since I was born. I lived on Cape Cod for twenty two years (skateboarding since 1992), and then moved to Rhode Island, then Boston, then Las Vegas (spent five months in the desert and climbed mountains as much as I could!), and then back to Boston.
I can be best summed up by the following list: Shredding mini ramps, jokes, wheelies, high fives, hanging out, D&D, World of Warcraft, strategy, philosophy, Taoism, psychology, Doomsday theories, having fun, Metal, air guitar (or guitar on anything that is not a guitar), jumping off stuff into water, writing, movies, Buffalo wings, pop culture, lists, studying Juggalo subculture, whiskey, wizards, shamans, sorcerers, mystics, astrology, climbing mountains, swimming, survival scenarios, couch surfing, reading minds, picking up vibes, and headbanging.
Hometown: Dorchester, MA
Favorite fruit and/or vegetable: Delicata Squash
Bio: I graduated in 2011 from Wesleyan University with a degree in Anthropology. I took courses in a wide variety of fields before choosing my major; food and farming are fascinating to me because they lie at the intersection of both physical and social sciences. I have worked on several small-scale farms, and was the assistant market manager for the Brookline Farmers’ Market last season. I aspire to have a community garden plot this season (fingers crossed) and can be found dancing, sprawled outside with a book, howling at the moon, exploring what the tide washed in, conducting kitchen experiments, or wondering whether it’s street sweeping day.
Hometown: Townsend, MA
Favorite fruit and/or vegetable: Acorn Squash
Bio: As an urban gardening enthusiast, I was excited to join the Boston Organics Crew and work for a company that's so active in the local green community. I also enjoy being able to bike to work because I live right around the corner from our warehouse in Charlestown. After work, I try to go to as many concerts as possible. The Sinclair is my favorite venue to catch a show, but I also sing and play guitar at some of the open mics in Cambridge and Somerville.
Hometown: Portland, ME
Favorite fruit and/or vegetable: Fiddleheads
Bio: I like playing music/writing songs, drawing pictures, skateboarding, hiking, and cooking. Prior to working at Boston Organics I attended the Art Institute of Boston at Lesley University where I studied Fine Art. My focus was figurative drawing and painting. You can see some of my artwork in Boston Organics publications like their 10th Anniversary Party Poster and Coloring Book.
Hometown: Berwick, ME
Favorite fruit and/or vegetable: Tomatoes
Bio: I joined the team in June 2014 after years spent in healthcare and real estate marketing, so working in organic foods has been an exciting change. I’m an animal rights advocate and appreciate how important an organic lifestyle is to a sustainable environment. I’m also a big foodie. I spend a lot of time in the kitchen experimenting with clever ways to prepare seitan, tofu and other vegetarian recipes (not always successfully…); but my favorite thing to make is sauces! I originally hail from southern Maine, and I have the pleasure of visiting often. I spent a couple of fantastic years in San Diego, and now call Chelsea home with my husband, Ryan, and three dogs. I also love traveling (anywhere!), goats and making art.
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