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A Man For the Earth

Meet Wholesome Wave Georgia's Executive Director

Will Sellers of  Vinings is Wholesome Wave Georgia’s Executive Director. Will inspires a committed, dynamic team, supports an engaged, thoughtful Board of Directors, and leads fundraising, public relations, and program development efforts to deepen Wholesome Wave Georgia’s mission and expand the organization’s impact. Will joined Wholesome Wave Georgia from Food Well Alliance, a collaborative network of local leaders working to build thriving community gardens and farms across metro Atlanta, where he served as Deputy Director. Prior to Food Well Alliance, Will served as Director of Political & Governmental Affairs for the Georgia Hotel & Lodging Association. 

Will serves on the Board of Directors for The Southface Institute and Clayton State University’s Dean’s Advisory Board for the College of Arts and Sciences. An active member of Georgia’s local food community, Will served on the Board of Directors for Global Growers Network and Wholesome Wave Georgia. A native of Moultrie, Georgia, Will graduated from Morehouse College, earned his law degree from Boston College Law School, and is a graduate of the Atlanta Regional Commission’s Regional Leadership Institute. Will lives in Vinings with his family and their beloved cat, Frisco. In his free time, Will loves reading biographies, running, and perfecting his lasagna.    

"My family and I choose to live in Vinings because of the outstanding quality of life. Vinings is a wonderful place to raise children, get to know your neighbors, and is close to attractions and events across Metro Atlanta. We’ve lived in Vinings since 2013. I live here with my wife, Cleo, daughters, Ally and Andi, and our cat, Frisco. Wholesome Wave Georgia works across Metro Atlanta and our state so that all Georgians in need can eat more fresh, healthy, locally-grown food. Our nonprofit connects Georgians who receive food stamps with farmers' markets and local farms to buy more fresh, healthy, locally-grown food by offering a purchasing incentive. Through the support of committed individuals and generous foundations, we’re able to double food stamp benefits for Georgians in need allowing families to eat more fresh, healthy, locally-grown food. We’ve seen demand for our programs explode since COVID-19 struck Georgia. To learn more about our work, please visit our website at wholesomewavegeorgia.org to help our neighbors in need."

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