Hana J. Lee is a passionate advocate for social justice and
believes that the greatest lessons can be taught through a
connection to one’s food, its ingredients, and cooking.
She joined the Food Literacy Center team in June 2015 after
several months as a Communications Intern with the
organization. With several years experience as a manager in
the food service industry, Hana knows how to educate and empower
people. As the Volunteer and Outreach Coordinator, she
recruits, trains and manages volunteers, and assists
with community relations and event planning.
Hana holds a Bachelor’s degree in Sociology with an emphasis in
Public Health from the University of California, Davis.
She is fluent in Korean.
“The food revolution is so much bigger than just eating local
and organic. It’s about increasing access, empowering with
education, and eliminating the privilege that is so heavily
associated with eating healthy.”