Meet our Staff!


Megan Moore - Program Manager

Megan, a native of Pueblo, Colorado has been working with the Pueblo Food Project for 4 years, and is one of two Program Managers. She found great passion and connection to the world of food systems through the Pueblo Food Project. Megan is a graduate of Colorado State University Pueblo, is a certified Colorado Master Garden, and a certified Local Food Leader.

Email: megan@pueblofoodproject.org


Serena Sakkal - Program Manager

Serena transplanted from her home state of Florida to Pueblo, Colorado in July 2022. She graduated from the University of Florida with a degree in Ag & Natural Resource Management and Soil & Water Science. Though a lifelong lover of delicious and colorful food, Serena realized her passion for food systems work in her previous job as Sustainability Manager at the University of Florida's dining program. She now finds so much joy in serving the Pueblo community as Program Manager at the Pueblo Food Project.

Email: serena@pueblofoodproject.org


Lindy Webb - Cooking Matters Coordinator

Since 2018, Lindy has been the Pueblo County coordinator for Cooking Matters, a nationwide program of Share our Strength in local partnership with Care and Share Food Bank for Southern Colorado. In 2022, she was selected by community members to be the Pueblo Food Project Community Meal Prep initiative's lead community instructor and curriculum developer. She also served as PFP Food Access working group co-chair from 2020-2022, and has certificates in Local Food Leadership from Iowa State University and Systems Approaches to Healthy Communities from University of Minnesota. Lindy finds joy in working with community partners and volunteers to help Puebloans access and enjoy delicious and nutritious food, especially fruits, veggies and grains from local farms and gardens.

Email: lindy@careandshare.org

Al Rea - Community Gardens Coordinator

Allison Rea is the owner of Colorado Yardbirds, an urban farm focused on regenerative agriculture, beyond organic vegetable and tree growing, and high-welfare bird husbandry. They serve as the Community Garden Sustainability Coordinator, working on strengthening Pueblo’s gardening infrastructure and growing fresh produce in food deserts. Allison enjoys board games, road biking, and collecting rare plants.

Email: garden@pueblofoodproject.org

Jolene Collins - Entrepreneur Development Coordinator


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