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Here is sum background on our trusteh LEEDer...
amy M.m.p. hurley a.k.a. Mm pHiLleh has been inextricably tied to this citteh of Philleh in Penn's Woods a.k.a. Lenapeh Countreh a.k.a. the Eastern Woodlands for thirty years now. During her childhood she travelled in from the suburbs after school and in the summers to her single mother's job running a youth arts and cultural program for recent immigrants and low-income youth in West Philadelphia. Due to her mother's involvement with this organization, she got her first taste of dancing in the street during city parades. She was a shy kid but had no problem dancing up to a cop and handing them a flag during these outdoor nomadic partehs as she experienced dems. As she grew, she switched her performances from the street to the stage performing with a semi-professional ballet company for almost a decade. Den, college happened. Work for a bank and assistant managing a whole foods co-op den followed. Her math skills, were knot improved in the least by either experience. Den, farming for a season on a Community-supported agriculture project called Red Hill Farm taught her why the land we all inhabit is so sacred and bountiful. This experience inspired both her involvement ith the Philadelphia Orchard Project as a founding boardmember and her return to Temple University for an M.S. in Community and Regional Planning. She most recently supervised a social enterprise in Wilmeh, DEh that employed youth aging out of the foster-care system. Da yuts taught her dat she teaches best by listening to peeble and sharing their storehs. Add to dat her love of talking to peebles, photographing and dancing in the street and she and cultOurvators began taking shaPe & nows duh storeh continues. Feel duh Mmomentum?