Douglas Wright, Operations Director
Doug Wright is an attorney in solo practice in Greensboro. He received his Bachelor’s Degree with distinction from the University of Virginia in 1979; and his Doctorate of Jurisprudence from the College of William & Mary in 1982, where he was the joint recipient of the Emory Gault Scholarship, and the Cutlter Prize for Constitutional Law. Doug is married to Leslee Wright, and they have two grown children. Although a Virginia native, Doug moved to Greensboro in 1984 and has lived here ever since.
Doug has been a volunteer with OOTGP since 2012, and has worked as a regular volunteer at the Warehouse, in the raised garden beds at the Clifton Road Center, and with the Fresh Mobile Markets. He has worked on OOTGP’s Operations and Administration Committees, and served as a member of OOTGP’s Board of Directors in 2016 and 2017. In addition to OOTGP, Doug has extensive community outreach experience volunteering with other nonprofits such as Greensboro Urban Ministry, Habitat for Humanity of Greater Greensboro, and GCS child literacy programs.
Contact her at email@example.com or 336-430-6070 ext 1
As volunteer coordinator Rebecca connects community members to opportunities to serve in the various programs at Out of the Garden Project. Volunteers are extremely important in furthering our mission. She also coordinate our Food Reclamation Initiative and makes sure cafeteria managers receive the supplies they need and coordinate volunteers to pick up the leftover lunch food.
Quina Weber-Shirk – Community Kitchen Coordinator
More information coming soon.
Joy Miller – Duff – Night Shift Pick-Up Driver
Joy Miller is one of two loyal night shift pick-up drivers who picks up from several Panera Bread locations four nights per week. She is a longtime friend and supporter of Out of the Garden Project who is proud to attribute to ending food insecurity in her own community.
As a part-time Child Nutrition Assistant for the Guilford County school system, childhood hunger is a cause that Lynn works with day in and day out. Out of the Garden Project’s mission to combat food insecurity for children in her own community drew Lynn to find new ways to make a personal impact on the hunger issue at hand. After speaking with Don Milholin she found the evening donation pickups to be a way that she could make a direct impact on people’s lives. Childhood hunger is a large issue in the triad and Lynn am very proud to be apart of the solution as a member of the Out of the Garden Project team.