Community Sustainability Project 

Board of Directors

Ally Mast, President

Ally Mast is new to the board.  Professionally, she is a registered dietitian nutritionist, passionate about healthy eating, sustainable nutrition, and helping individuals unlock food's potential.  Ally hopes to use her time serving on the board to help make fresh local food more accessible to all in the Goshen community by expanding the reach of our Share the Bounty Program.

Julie Hertzler, Vice-President

Julie Hertzler, a Goshen Farmers Market shopper since its early years, has a passion for supporting locally-grown, seasonal food. She is excited to be part of growing awareness and accessibility of this local resource, and be part of an organization that is creating a more healthy, sustainable community.

Jeanne Liechty, Secretary

The rhythms, economics, and relationships manifested by local, seasonal eating (plus the good food!) make her a weekly market shopper who's willing to serve to help the market continue to thrive.  Jeanne Liechty is new to the board.

Dirk Wolfer, Treasurer

Dirk was involved with the Goshen Farmers Market for five years on a professional level before joining the board.  He is looking forward to continuing to assist with the finances and helping spread the word about the different programs the market has to offer. 

Araceli Pancheco, Director

I'm Araceli Pacheco, I joined the GFM Board in 2015. I was attracted by the idea of promoting the Market to the Hispanic/Latino population in the area. Since 2016 I've been helping in the organization of the Salsa Festival and we have seen a good response from vendors, participants, and customers. I feel this is a great opportunity to continue building healthy relationships in the Community.

Kaeli Evans, Director

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Kaeli Evans joined the board in October 2019 after moving back to Goshen from Pittsburgh, PA. She graduated from Goshen College in 2014 before moving to Athens, GA, where she served two years in AmeriCorps for a program that aimed to improve food security for older adults and reduce food waste locally. She is the farm manager at Merry Lea Sustainable Farm of Goshen College.

Matthew Lind, Director

Matthew has been involved in gardening and small-scale farming for most of his life, including helping his parents start Sustainable Greens, one of the Goshen Farmers Market's long-established vendors. He is committed to promoting sustainable, regenerative agriculture that brings nutritious food to all. He currently works in the produce department at Maple City Market.

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