Robert Ojeda joined the Community Food Bank as the vice president of the Community Food Resource Center, in April of 2010. He was born in Peru and came to the United States in 1989 to pursue his college education. He has a wide range of experience serving in the Peace Corps in Honduras, as Civics and Citizenship Program Manager/Instructor, Pima Community College Adult Education, and as Program Manager-English Language Acquisition for Adults Program- Literacy Volunteers of Tucson. Ojeda has a master’s degree from Cornell University, in international agriculture and rural development. He is completing his doctoral degree form Cornell in adult and extension education, focusing on leadership and community development. Robert provides training on leadership and sustainable development through the workshops and courses he leads at the University of Arizona.
Vice President, Community Food Resource Center, Community Foodbank of Southern Arizona