Maggie Kinneberg


Maggie Kinneberg is a multi-faceted collaborator and leader, focused on the intersections of learning, food systems, and community health promotion. Her skill set has been honed through diverse roles in food distribution, project management, and nutrition and wellness programming, including mobility and meditation. Recently, Maggie led a social impact organization through the delivery of millions of pounds of emergency food assistance and toward the creation of a retail grocery model for longevity in affordable food access.

An optimistic realist and diplomatic communicator, Maggie is dedicated to achieving complex goals through partnerships, prioritization, and robust experimentation and fine-tuning. Throughout her work in adult education, food waste reduction, and distribution logistics, a consistent theme emerges — an unwavering commitment to drive positive impact, foster community well-being, and embrace opportunities for transformative change.

Maggie continues to support innovation and regeneration in policy, systems, and environment as a Healthy Food for Denver’s Kids Commissioner and as a Blueprint to End Hunger Governing Council Member. She strives to cultivate more present, nurturing, and sustainable relations between people, planet, and Source so that future generations may thrive.

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