Jennifer Calloway (she/her/hers) oversees sales and marketing for Harvesting Good. Harvesting
Good is a wholly owned for-profit subsidiary of Good Shepherd Food Bank. Its mission is to
improve access to nutritious food for people in need and strengthen regional food systems by
creating food processing infrastructure for farmers in the Northeast.
Prior to joining Harvesting Good, Jennifer co-founded Genuine Foods, a purpose-driven food
service management company. She helped grow the company from one K-12 account in New
York City to hundreds of accounts across a dozen states and in three additional sectors - higher
education, healthcare, and meal kits. She still serves as an advisor to their board.
Jennifer started her career in political communications in Washington, D.C. She was the press
secretary for DC Public Schools, served as director of communications and special projects for
the DC Commission on National and Community Service, and was a vice president at Spitfire
Strategies, a strategic communication firm.
Born and raised in Southern California, she’s been an east coast transplant for more than
twenty years. Jennifer has a B.A. in English from the University of Southern California and an
M.A. in Public Communication from American University. She lives with her partner, and their
two dogs in Yarmouth, Maine.