A native Rhode Islander, Holden’s passion for food was cultivated in the kitchen of his parent’s natural foods restaurant. His culinary journey has included time spent as an oyster farmer, cook, and youth educator. These experiences have instilled a deep desire to work towards a food system that establishes equity and access for all. Holden has volunteered in BFN’s HUB kitchen since it’s inception and joined the team full-time as Kitchen Manager in April 2020. He is thrilled to bring his energy to support BFN in rescuing food waste and providing delicious, nutritious food for all. Welcome, Holden!