Bonnie Azab Powell
Bonnie Azab Powell is currently the director of communications for Bon Appétit Management Company. She was previously a freelance journalist: she was the food editor of Grist and the deputy editor of Edible San Francisco. Her food-politics writing has been published in the Washington Post, Mother Jones, Sierra, the San Francisco Chronicle, Gastronomica, Meatpaper, the Financial Times, Wired, Culinate, Culture, and Edible San Francisco. In May 2006 Powell cofounded the blog The Ethicurean, which focuses on sustainable food and food policy, and December that year she created the Bay Area Meat CSA, the first Community Supported Agriculture program for meat in the San Francisco area, now called Meatshare.org. She later started the Clark Summit Farm Meat Club, which she still manages, and Soul Food Farm's CSA. She graduated from the College of William and Mary with a BA in English. She received her MA in Creative Writing from the University of East Anglia in Norwich, England.
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