The 19th Annual Georgia Organics Conference is nearly upon us! In anticipation of the conference, we reached out to some of our star volunteers for some additional information about their topic.
This week, get to know Sean Taylor. He has been helping Georgia Organics for the last several months and will be a key volunteer in Columbus.
Volunteers who work for four hours get $40 off any conference registration on top of the membership discounts we offer. To learn more, click here.
Why did you choose to volunteer at Georgia Organics?
I felt Georgia Organics would be a worthwhile cause and time well spent, where I would truly get to see the impact of my work.
What about organic food interests you?
I took an Intro to Organics course at Kennesaw State with Professor Michael Blackwell. It was very interesting and I am excited to be a part of it here.
What are you doing here at Georgia Organics?
I am helping to sort through and organize the mailing database, and register speakers for the 19th Annual Georgia Organics Conference.
What are you looking forward to about the 19th Annual Georgia Organics Conference?
Putting all the faces to the people I’ve registered so far. I feel like I’ve known some of the speakers’ life story!