A large part of Georgia’s work is around public education, and she has been supporting groups and communities to develop and deliver a variety of food and garden programs. This includes supporting the planning, organizing and building of community gardens and helping to coordinate series of food skills workshop. Georgia is also involved in strengthening the leadership and connections between different food initiatives and community food leaders around Cape Breton island. Georgia brings to this role experience developing, delivering, and managing food programs aimed at children and youth. Before food, Georgia spent a lot of time thinking about long lived birds and brightly colored fish and holds a Masters degree in Biology from McGill University.