Carter Cox, Director of Operations
Carter Cox moved to Jackson in January of 2013 and is excited to be making her home in the mountains with her husband and young daughter. Food has always been a love for Carter. While at the University of South Caroline, she worked with local farms, Slow Food Columbia, and Sustainable Midlands to support the food community in Columbia. Some of her projects include developing Carolina Community Gardens at the University and working with the Food Systems Team to provide connections between the University and local farmers. Combing her education background with food, Carter developed and taught “Local Food as a Catalyst for Community Transformation.” She has also taught courses on Community-Based Social Marketing and “Green” Leadership. Carter believes that our sustainable future will be realized through first engaging people in local food systems. Please contact Carter if you are interested in getting involved with Slow Food in the Tetons.