Brian Noy – Director
Brian Noy has been the director of the Campus Kitchen since 2007. He originally grew up on a farm in southern Minnesota and moved to Minneapolis to go to the University of Minnesota in 2001. Here, he found ways that people were growing food in the city, and using it to create stronger, healthier communities. After graduating with a degree in Sustainable Agriculture, he started the Mini Market Project, starting small scale farmers markets in Minneapolis, then ran a youth summer gardening program before making his way to Augsburg College.
Outside of work, he is trying to figure out how to keep squirrels out of his pear trees, sparrows out of his chicken coop, his four year old daughter out of trouble, and is welding his first bicycle. When not working with his hands, he is pursuing a Masters in Business Administration at Augsburg, focusing on Social Entrepreneurship.
Brittany Kimball – Community Health VISTA
Brittany is an AmeriCorps VISTA member with College Health Corps. After graduating from Augsburg with a biology degree in 2013, she started serving with the Campus Kitchen to become more meaningfully involved in the Cedar-Riverside community and to learn more about the connection between food and health. She also loves to garden, cook, and eat, so working for an organization where she can do all those things is pretty wonderful.