Alejandra Martin was born and raised in Mexico. For 15+ years she has focused her work on the intersection of social and environmental issues in rural areas throughout the world. For 8 years she advised multinational companies on human rights issues, and she currently works with food and ag companies developing ethical supply chains for coffee, cocoa and other crops. She has lived in the Bay Area for 7 years where she has volunteered for local organizations that promote youth access to fresh produce (CUESA, Garden for the Environment), expansion of urban farms (San Francisco Urban Ag Alliance, and economic prosperity for small farmers (Kitchen Table Advisors).
After living in 5 countries, Alejandra is happy to call the Bay Area home and build community here. ANV Farm provides the perfect environment to apply her professional skills and encourage the participation of Latino families in urban farms.