Jess, Racquel, Karl, and Lloyd
Dishwasher, Servers, and Line Cook
Jessica Lucky, Racquel Williams, Karl Knowles, and Lloyd Singletary make up our wonderful, hardworking staff. Jess is works as the dishwasher/utility worker, Racquel and Karl are the servers, and Lloyd is the line cook. They each go above and beyond every day to make EAT Café a delicious, warm, welcoming experience for all who walk through our doors.
Center for Hunger-free Communities Deputy Director
Victoria Egan is the Deputy Director of the Center for Hunger-Free Communities. She oversees the business administration and operations of all the Center’s work, including the EAT Café. Victoria provides support for café partnership development, fundraising, financial management, human resources and other administration. She has worked for the Center since 2010, and helped to steward the EAT Café from idea to reality. She is excited for the EAT Café to open its doors, bring community together for healthy meals and fellowship, and ultimately expand its scope to meet the community’s vision and needs.
Community Engagement and Communications Fellow
Callie is a recent Haverford College graduate who is thrilled to part of the EAT Café team! She is the Community Engagement and Communications Fellow at the Center for Hunger-Free Communities; where she splits her time between supporting the EAT Café and Witnesses to Hunger. Callie supports the EAT Café by conducting community outreach, creating communications, developing partnerships, and coordinating the Community Advisory Committee. Callie is passionate about addressing food insecurity and economic inequality, and is grateful for the opportunity to be involved in such an exciting and innovative project!