Hugo Mogollon is the Executive Director of Community Foodworks. Hugo brings 20 years of experience working for nonprofit organizations covering a range of issues from food systems to sustainability to biodiversity conservation. Previous to his role at Community Foodworks, he was the Executive Director of Finding Species, an international nonprofit organization. Hugo has deep experience in NGO management, planning, development, outreach, and stakeholder engagement, particularly in multicultural settings. A native of Ecuador, Hugo is fluent in both English and Spanish. He has a Bachelor of Science in biology from the Catholic University of Quito, Ecuador and an Executive Master’s degree in Natural Resources and Leadership for Sustainability from Virginia Tech.
DALILA BOCLIN - Dalila is the Community Outreach and Food Access Manager for Community Foodworks. Her priority is to ensure that Community Foodworks is constantly working toward its mission to create equal access to healthy, local food. In addition to building relationships with community groups and families, she manages operations for CFW's pilot access programs, including a FINI-funded SNAP CSA, a home-delivery CSA for Seniors, and an OSSE-sponsored Summer Meals Snack Site.
Dalila first engaged in issues of food accessibility as an undergraduate at the University of Pennsylvania, when she volunteered as a facilitator of after-school cooking classes for the Urban Nutrition Initiative in West Philadelphia. After graduation, Dalila moved to NYC where she worked in marketing and tech development. While in NYC, she volunteered with the Brooklyn Food Coalition, an advocacy organization that helped build awareness and support for sustainable, healthy food in New York. She joined Community Foodworks in early 2015.
NICK STAVELY Nick is the Brookland Farmers Market and Incentive Program Manager at Community Foodworks. He works to implement Community Foodworks' mission to bring good, healthy food to the people by managing day-to-day market and incentive program operations, community relations, and event programming. In addition to managerial duties, he facilitates partnerships with local social service organizations to create and expand innovative food access programs.
Nick has held an interest in food since he first tried calamari in elementary school. As an undergraduate at the University of Maryland, he cultivated this interest by working on a small farm, researching food recalls, studying terroir and sustainable agriculture in the Loire Valley of France, and ultimately receiving his BA in Agriculture & Resource Economics.
CYNTHIA SINGISER Cynthia is the Arlington Farmers Market Manager at Community Foodworks. She works to implement Community Foodworks' mission to bring good, healthy food to the people by managing day-to-day market and incentive program operations, community relations, and event programming. In addition, she is facilitating partnerships with local social service organizations to create and expand innovative food access programs.
Cynthia is a recent transplant from NYC where she ran the Stanton Street CSA in the Lower East Side. Previously she was Vice President at HBO but decided to use her corporate marketing and strategy experience to increase access to healthy, local, good food. After leaving HBO she spent a month on the farm that supplies her former CSA and can say with certainty that she's not cut out for farming, but loves to market and consume farm products.
MAGGIE FREY Maggie is the Columbia Heights Farmers Market and Incentive Program Manager. She works to promote good food for all by managing day-to-day market operations and incentive programs. She believes creating a space for farmers, artisans, and neighbors to connect is critical to building a strong, healthy community. Maggie’s passion for agriculture stemmed from her love of the environment. She was first exposed to issues of food insecurity while volunteering as an undergraduate at George Washington University. After receiving her B.A. in Geography, she learned to flip sheep, plant garlic, and write SQL queries through her various work with farms and food hubs.
EVA SHPAK- Eva is the Glover Park-Burleith market manager. You can see her there on Saturday mornings, rain or shine, managing the market and painting faces. Previously, as the Outreach Coordinator for CFW, she helped to establish relationships with individuals, businesses, schools, and social service organizations for CFW's farmers' markets in Ward 5. Eva first dipped her toes in sustainable agriculture as a leader at the Campus Community Farm at St. Mary’s College of Maryland, where she studied economics, math, and environmental studies. Eva comes to Community Foodworks with experience working on various organic farms.
MOLLY FELLENBAUM - Molly is the Shaw Farmers Market Manager at Community Foodworks. She works to expand Community Foodworks' mission to bring good, healthy food to the Shaw neighborhood by managing the Sunday market. Molly's commitment to community based programs for under-served populations led her to volunteer for Community Foodworks at the Columbia Heights Farmers Market in early 2015, while also working with partner DC Greens to track data and facilitate focus groups for the Food and Vegetable Prescription program. In addition to her managerial duties at the market, she works full-time for an international development NGO based in Baltimore, focusing on workforce development and youth education programs in Latin America. Molly holds a Bachelor of Arts in International Affairs from The George Washington University. She is professionally fluent in Spanish and has limited training in Portuguese.