Who We Are

Open Food Network Australia is run by a small team of people who care deeply about changing the food system. We also work closely with our international team members, as one of the great benefits of being part of Open Food Network is that all around the world passionate, dedicated people are putting in time, great ideas, and hard work to help share the load of building the software platform and creating the resources needed to transform the food system. This means that all around the world, we get more than we could possibly create on our own!

If you want to get in touch but you’re not sure who to talk to, email hello@openfoodnetwork.org.au and we’ll send you to the right team member.

If you’re interested in volunteering with the Open Food Network, have a read of our handbook to understand how we work and what some of the roles are.

Amida Cumming

Amida Cumming

Project Officer


Alex Diamond on his farm property in Ruffy, where he is trying to produce mint, meat and vegetables.

Alex Diamond

Marketing and Communications Coordinator


Braulio Desentis

Business Management and Admin Officer


David Cook

Software developer


Divyansh Tripathi

Project Officer

Georgia Savage

Project Coordinator


Grace Arnold

Project Officer


Jen Sheridan

Communications, Community facilitation, Sector development


Jess Zahra

Jess Zahra

Product Designer for CERES Fair Food


Kirsten Larsen

Co-founder, Product and community facilitation, Researcher


Maikel Linke

Senior developer


Prudence Rothwell

Project Coordinator


Renata Cumming

Customer support


Ronella Gomez

Product Coordinator


Serenity Hill

Co-founder, Sector development, Researcher


Sophia Christoe

Project Coordinator


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Open Food Network respectfully acknowledges the traditional custodians of the unceded lands on which we meet, work and live. We pay our respects to their Elders, past, present and emerging and acknowledge their deep spiritual relationship to country.

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