Alix Davidson

Executive Director
Alix “Arugula” Davidson is enthusiastic about engaging youth in the work of justice and community-building through urban farming. She comes to FLP with a background of youth services and program leadership in a refugee resettlement context. She holds a Master of Divinity degree and enjoys time spent gardening, hiking, and traveling.
Arabella Paulovich

Arabella Paulovich

Program Coordinator
Arabella “Fig” graduated from the University of Louisville with a B.A. in History and a minor in Humanities. She completed undergraduate research on the history of conservation in the United States, which secured her interest in the work of exploring the relationships between plants, animals, people, and their environment. With a background in community organizing, she’s excited to be part of the Food Literacy Project learning alongside and supporting youth as they make change within their own community. During off hours, Arabella enjoys running, baking, and writing.

Carol Gundersen

Senior Director of Strategy and Partnerships
Carol “Cauliflower” Gundersen is a life-long picky eater whose life was changed by the work of farming. Prior to founding the Food Literacy Project in 2006, Carol’s work experience included community organizing and farm policy work, environmental and farm-based education, and two seasons growing vegetables at Oxmoor Farm.
Gabriella Hohman

Gabriella Hohman

Program Manager
Gabriella “Green Bean” Hohman is a Louisville transplant originally from Elizabethtown, Kentucky. While earning her B.S. in Public Health at the University of Louisville, she discovered FLP and began an internship in the Spring of 2022. Her assistance with FLP’s programs has fueled her love of learning from others and cultivated a stronger interest in the impact food systems have on health. When she’s not on the farm, Gabriella enjoys hanging out with her cat – Toby, thrift shopping, and trying out local food spots!

Grace Mican

Director of Programs
Grace “Green Pepper” Mican gives life to her interest in sustainable and local food systems while working with the Food Literacy Project to make her hometown of Louisville a more sustainable and just city. She graduated from Bellarmine University in 2017 with a B.A. in Environmental Studies and minor focuses in anthropology, Spanish, and international studies. Grace is a person of many passions and loves to share knowledge and learn from others when teaching and taking dance classes, trying new cooking projects, leading youth through the learning garden, speaking Spanish, making veggie burgers from scratch, and working alongside teens on the farm.
Jenni Lohrey

Jenni Lohrey

Advancement Manager
Jenni “Perennial” Lohrey is inspired and motivated by building communities through food and urban agriculture. She joins The Food Literacy Project with a background in farmer’s market management and community development. She holds a degree in Spanish and Latin American and Latino Studies from the University of Louisville. In her free time she enjoys being with her family, gardening and studying herbalism.
Jill Seelmeyer

Jill Seelmeyer

Director of Advancement
Jill “Jujube” Seelmeyer, a Louisville native, began her nonprofit career in the food justice field in Central Kentucky shortly after graduating from the University of Kentucky in 2011 with a journalism and political science degree. She loves being able to live out her personal values through the work of FLP –collaborating with the community to foster equity, sustainability, and education among our youth and their families. Jill enjoys spending time outdoors with her young children, practicing yoga, and listening to live music in her free time.
Lauren Hill

Lauren Hill

Director of Finance and Administration
Lauren “Lemon Drop” Hill grew up between Louisville, Kentucky, and Deltona, Florida. She has over a decade of experience in accounting, including more than seven years in administration, and has worked with multiple CPA firms as well as nonprofit organizations. Lauren is passionate about serving the community and advocating for equality for all people. Outside of work, she enjoys reading and spending time outdoors with her husband and two children.
Taeci White

Taeci White

Food Access and Nutrition Associate
Taeci “Tractor” was born and raised in Louisville, Kentucky. She graduated from the University of Louisville with a B.S. in Public Health in the spring of 2023. When she started as a spring intern, she was able to learn more about the organization and the great programs offered to the community. Many of these programs aligned with her own goals involving nutrition education, food justice, and improving a community’s health. Since joining the Food Literacy Project, she has learned various farming techniques and ways to educate youth about injustices. During off hours, Taeci enjoys playing video games, cooking, and roller skating when it’s sunny outside.
Ali “Acorn”

Ali “Acorn”

Community Food Leader
“My name is Ali. I’m 17 years old. I’m part of YCAP because I want to get experience working. I like outdoor activities and playing soccer.”
Gabby “Gardener”

Gabby “Gardener”

Community Food Leader
Gabby “Gardener” is a member of the 2024 Youth Community Agriculture Program Summer crew.
Jericho “Juniper”

Jericho “Juniper”

Community Food Leader
“I’ve been involved in this work for over a year and I love the joy it brings people. I love crocheting and I plan to become a personal chef later in life.”
Kayla “Barn Cat”

Kayla “Barn Cat”

Community Food Leader
Kayla “Barn Cat” is a member of the 2024 Youth Community Agriculture Program summer crew.
Vincent “Potatoes”

Vincent “Potatoes”

Community Food Leader
“I’m working at the Food Literacy Project mostly due to the fact that my body needs to work outside. I’m Vince Potatoes and I’m from Danville, KY. I love to cook, archery, fencing, horseback riding , gaming, and food.”
Celeste “Celery”

Celeste “Celery”

Intern
Celeste recently graduated from Bellarmine University, where she studied Environmental Justice & Sustainability. While in school, she has been actively engaged with community-based organizations like Common Earth Gardens and Passionist Earth & Spirit Center, and Eviction Prevention programs. Additionally, she has spent the past few years working in the food industry! She’s really looking forward to being out on the farm, out in the community, and working with our Field-to-Fork Clubs.
Sabina “Soybean”

Sabina “Soybean”

Intern