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Greene Hill Food Co-op cofounder a Code for America fellow in Chattanooga

A local user experience designer with a penchant for collective food purchasing is headed to Chattanooga with Code for America.

From Sperber's LinkedIn page

Chattanooga already has the best broadband, now it has one of our best young leaders. But just for a year.

Giselle Sperber has been on staff at edtech tablet leader Amplify and cofounded the Greene Hill Food Co-op. Now, she’s headed south as a 2014 Code for America Fellow.

Giselle is a user experience designer. Over the past eight years she’s worked on technology for classrooms and students, most recently at Amplify in New York. Passionate about healthy communities and good food, she co-founded the Greene Hill Food Co-op, a member owned grocery story in Brooklyn. Giselle holds a B. Arch from Rice University.

[Code for America]

Companies: Amplify / Code for America
Series: Brooklyn

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