RW Board of Directors

Adam P. Jones, President
Mr. Jones works in the film industry and is a member of Teamsters Local 728. Originally from Vacaville, California, he has a desire to see more farm fresh food available to vulnerable populations. Mr. Jones and dr. taj anwar are also business partners in Uchiha Transportation, LLC.

Kiyomi Rollins, Vice- President
The Good Hair Shop- Owner/ Operator
Ms. Rollins and her husband are owners of The Good Hair Shop, located in their home neighborhood, Atlanta's Westview community. Having been in the community since before it became popular and populated, she is a champion of small businesses surviving gentrification. She is also a current CSA member of Real Whole's Perrin Farms.

Marc Eschoe
Marley Media Group- Owner/ Operator
Mr. Eschoe is a Brooklyn, NY native son of Jamaican parents. Knowing the value of hard work and organic foods, he has been a long time supporter of Real Whole. He also has a penchant for telling the stories of inner city communities in a dignifies and human way.

Michael Nolan
Just Love More, Inc.- President
Mr. Nolan, also a CSA member of Real Whole's Perrin farms is a writer and an activist. Having authored an affordable plant based cookbook, he knows the value of trying to eat healthy on a budget. His organization, JLM is an organization dedicated to spreading love among a hate filled world and as of more recently has gotten into death doula and addiction/ rehabilitation support.

Sarah Rosenburg, Esq.
Lifeline Animal Project, Inc.- Adoption Coordinator
Ms. Rosenburg is a lawyer and an animal rights activist. After having fulfilled her dream of becoming a lawyer, she discovered she also had a love for animals. Networking being her niche, she has garnered many accolades and success stories as a adoption coordinator for LifeLine in Dekalb County and advertiser of Real Whole.

Nicole Porcher
Buy From A Black Woman, Inc.- Owner
Ms. Porcher is a voice and advocate for small businesses, specifically those run by Black women. Her ability to find resources in the most obscure of places has made her a Real Whole ally and grant proposal professional. Also being a full time art teacher, she sees first hand the dangers of being undernourished and is committed to the cause of making whole food accessible.



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