Shelli Grogg joined the Fountainworks team in August of 2019. She has spent her professional experience working in public service, at both nonprofits and government agencies, with a focus on food systems, equity, and collaboration. Prior to coming to Fountainworks, Shelli served as an Emerson Fellow with the Congressional Hunger Center – completing placements at the Indigenous Food and Agriculture Initiative and the USDA’s Food and Nutrition Services. Shelli obtained her B.S. from James Madison University and a Master of Public Administration from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Her areas of expertise include research and data collection, project management, and program evaluation.