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

Senior Project Coordinator – Food Systems and Technology


Braulio Desentis

Operations Manager


David Cook

Fullstack Engineer

Serenity Hill

Food Sector Specialist


Katrina Dunnett de Jong

Marketing & Communications Coordinator


Sophia Christoe

Project Manager – Food Systems


Kirsten Larsen

Food Systems Specialist


Maikel Linke

Lead Full Stack Engineer


Prudence Rothwell

Project Manager – Food Systems


Tanya Tran

Head of Operations


Gaetan Craig-Riou

Fullstack Developer


Join us

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Open Food Network is a free and open source software platform. Our content is licensed with CC BY-SA 3.0 and our code with AGPL 3.

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Open Food Network acknowledges the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the unceded lands and waters across Australia. We pay our respects to Elders, past and present, honouring their rich cultures, traditions and custodianship that nourish communities and regenerate landscapes.

Open Food Network supports the Uluru Statement from the Heart and advocates for a ‘yes’ vote in the upcoming referendum on a First Nations Voice to Parliament. We are committed to listening, learning and standing with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as we strive to transform food systems.

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