Driver of democratic process and regenerative agriculture
Raye Winch lives and works on the occupied lands of the O’odham and Hohokam peoples (Tucson, AZ). They work for the Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona, where they focus on increasing democratic leadership and aligning values and practice. Raye is a member of the Tucson Cooperative Network (TCN), an organization that supports the development of worker owned cooperatives. They are passionate about regenerative food production, soil health, composting, and aligning progressive values with daily practice.
Raye is co-founder of Amplifying Voices: People Sparking Change, a project that uses interviews and photography to amplifying the voices of activists and artists as part of a larger mission of advancing positive social change.