Belinda Loomis

Belinda has worked for and volunteered with non-profit and community organizations throughout her career and is passionate about contributing to work that strengthens communities and improves lives. Her work has supported an organization serving people who are unhoused in New York City, a community-supported agriculture (CSA) group with a sliding scale pay structure addressing food access in Flatbush, Brooklyn, and a forest school offering free nature-based learning for young children in Prospect Park. She has also contributed to a national development planning project in Haiti. Belinda holds a master’s degree in Urban Policy Analysis and Management from The New School, where she focused her studies on community and economic development.