Communicate the co-op's mission, vision, and values within the community.
Guide store development and strategic policies based on mission and member input.
Attend monthly KHFC board meetings, relevant trainings, the annual membership event, and development events.
Dedicate additional hours of service to subcommittees based on changing needs/projects.
Engage with the community of Kodiak about ways the co-op might support healthy living.
Connect with co-op members and support community outreach.
UPHOLD THE MISSION
OF THE CO-OP
Join the Board
Board terms are three years. Board members are elected each year at the KHFC Annual Meeting in the Spring.
Are you interested in Board service? We would love to hear from you and answer any questions! Download the board application below.
The board has been a Working board while the co-OP IS growing, but it's fun work with
LIKE-MINDED, can-do PEOPLE AND COMRADERie!
Meet the Board
Stephanie is one of the founding KHFC board members. Witnessing co-op models thrive and benefit other communities makes her excited about co-ops in Alaska. She believes cultivating a co-op in Kodiak is a significant investment in our island, our people, our environment, and the food security issues we face.
Stephanie has a background in Community Psychology and Environmental Stewardship. She looks forward to helping bring healthy food with minimal environmental impacts and packaging to the island and into your warm bellies.
Myra Scholze is a Kodiak-grown board member who is passionate about food security, accessibility, and equity. She enjoys growing and harvesting food, hiking with her half-pint dogs, experimenting in the kitchen, creating art, and curling up with a good book.
Myra is excited to see Kodiak Harvest grow through community engagement and support, and believes that the co-op is a cornerstone in providing local, sustainable, fresh food to the community that she loves.
Tyler has been a Project Coordinator at Kodiak Area Native Association since 2014. He has extensive General Management experience, including: operations, budgeting, logistics, communication, sales, and marketing.
Tyler is interested in environmental projects and improving the food access in the entire Kodiak region.
Originally from Hawai'i, Jenny first came to Kodiak in 2013 for commercial fishing. She loves this "northern Hawai'ian island" for its outdoorsy living, big-hearted people, and wild spaces. Although her background is in the maritime industry, Jenny is now a small business owner, self-employed bookkeeper, and part time crewmember.
Jenny's interest in the co-op started with her love for food and has since grown into a passion for providing a healthy and affordable shopping alternative for everyone in Kodiak. She wants the co-op to be a fun, welcoming place where all of Kodiak can gather for delicious eats, education, and fellowship.
Food is important, and good fresh local food has great power for good. Mark developed food sensitivities about 20 years ago, and he became a food fanatic due to medical necessity. For him, in particular, junky industrial food is toxic, but he thinks wholesome food is a lot more important for everyone than many people recognize.
Mark thinks one of Kodiak Harvest's role in the broader community should be to promote and educate on the value of fresh local food, and to provide a market that can connect providers with customers.
Sophie has been exploring the mountains, coves, and alpine lakes of Kodiak for 3 years. As a fisheries biologist for the Alaska Department of Fish and Game, she is passionate about sustainable, nourishing foods that can be harvested right here on the island.
Sophie grew up on a small farm in PA and recognizes the importance of understanding where your food comes from. She wants everyone in the Kodiak community to be able to form a connection with their food and their local farmers. She is excited to be a part of the growing community support of Kodiak Harvest.
You can find Sophie skiing on Pyramid, paddleboarding around Crooked Island, harvesting bull kelp to make pickles, or petting any cute dog she finds on the Near Island trails.
Miranda embraces tiny home living with her husband and four young children. They share a love of horses and the western lifestyle, and can often be found riding together. They enjoy homeschooling, raising livestock on a small scale, and improving their backyard garden a little more each year.
Miranda is particularly interested in the intersections of children and agriculture as it relates to local sustainability and a food secure future. She is enthusiastic about the future of KHFC and looks forward to helping increase the quality and quantity of food that is raised, produced, and distributed by members of the Kodiak community.
Erin Strand works for the Fish and Wildlife Refuge, and is passionate about local, sustainably grown food and our Island's food security. She likes bears and dogs, mushrooms, hiking and being outside.
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