Sutton Kiplinger

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Sutton Kiplinger spent her early career at Health Leads (formerly Project HEALTH), a national non-profit that seeks to catalyze fundamental change in how the health care system addresses the social determinants of health. In seven years there, she served as the organization's New York Site Director, its first national Director of Programs, and finally Executive Director of its flagship site in Boston. In 2011, in an effort to better understand the production-side realities of the food issues she saw at play in the health sector, Sutton transitioned into full-time production farming. She spent three seasons growing organic vegetables, at Dandelion Spring Farm in Maine and Waltham Fields Community Farm in Massachusetts, before coming to The Food Project in 2013 as Greater Boston Regional Director. Sutton loves bikes, tractors, good food, and inspired people making practical change.