As Information Manager for the Fair Food Impact Initiative, Gail is part of Fair Food Network’s Evaluation Department and supports the impact investing work of the organization. She is responsible for ensuring accurate and reliable data management and reporting to promote data-driven decision making and progress towards Fair Food Network’s impact-focused evaluation and community engagement efforts.
Gail began her career in the trade compliance field, working for many years with Pricewaterhouse Coopers and smaller consulting firms and most recently, as a senior compliance specialist on Rolls-Royce Solutions America’s Import Compliance team. Her previous work has been largely focused on data analysis and reporting, and she has extensive experience in project management, strategic planning, and process development. As an enthusiastic supporter of local efforts to bring about positive food systems change, she is excited to bring her business and consulting experience to Fair Food Network in a role that will allow her to make a meaningful impact in local communities.
Gail is a graduate of the University of Michigan-Dearborn and received a master’s degree in Sustainable Food Systems from Green Mountain College. She is a lifelong resident of southeast Michigan, and in her free time enjoys travel, gardening, theater, cooking, and seeking out unique and delicious food experiences with her husband.