In this Milano Management Brown Bag talk, Nonprofit Management Professor and Corbin Hill founder Dennis Derryck discusses how the Corbin Hill Food Project, a values driven social enterprise, is making the transition from food access to community ownership and wealth creation.

Posted by Milano School of Policy, Management, and Environment on Thursday, November 8, 2018

In this Milano Management Brown Bag talk, Professor of professional practice and Corbin Hill founder Dennis Derryck discusses how the Corbin Hill Food Project, a values driven social enterprise, is making the transition from food access to community ownership and wealth creation. 

Corbin Hill Food Project is a Harlem based non-profit organization and social enterprise that supplies fresh, local food to those who need it most. Corbin Hill utilizes a flexible model that prioritizes the needs of the communities, organizations and institutions that they serve with a particular emphasis on serving the needs of low-income communities and communities of color. Corbin Hill has a longer-term vision of achieving food sovereignty, racial equity, and community ownership. Corbin Hill believes access to fresh, affordable food is a basic human right, and they won’t stop until it’s available for all.