Xanna Prentice is a University of Florida graduate who has been working in Education and Outreach at Florida Organic Growers for three years. As the coordinator of the Local Food Security Project, she manages the SNAP/EBT booth at three Alachua County farmers markets and works to improve local food systems within the Gainesville community. Over the last year she has worked simultaneously as SNAP Technical Support for the statewide incentive program Fresh Access Bucks, providing support to markets and farmers throughout Florida as they navigate the world of SNAP-authorization, EBT machine technical issues, and outreach to SNAP customers.
Trevor was born on the Eastern Caribbean Island of St. Vincent and the Grenadines. He worked as an Agricultural Extension Officer with the Department of Agriculture and Labor in St. Vincent and the Grenadines (1989-2000), including various agricultural assignments throughout the Caribbean. He later joined the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), AMS Specialty Crops Inspection Division (2000-2016) as a Supervisory Agricultural Commodity Grader, a GAP/GHP/IP Auditor, auditing farms and produce distribution facilities throughout the United States and Puerto Rico, and as a Marketing Specialist, Washington, DC. Trevor recently Joined FDA, Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition (CFSAN), Produce Safety Network (PSN) as a Consumer Safety Officer (CSO) for FSMA Implementation and Compliance, and covers the following states in the Southern Region- Florida, Alabama, Georgia, Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands.