Cynthia Caul is a Regional Outreach Coordinator Impact Fellow with the Federation of American Scientists. She is an artist, food systems practitioner, and non-profit professional who believes that food and how and by whom it is grown, prepared, and accessed, are central to understanding how we can build a more just and equitable society. Cynthia holds a Masters in International Development: Non-Government Organizations. In 2017, with a small team of colleagues, Cynthia founded the Center for Regional Agriculture, Food, and Transformation (CRAFT) at Chatham University to support a more equitable, sustainable, and inclusive food system in western Pennsylvania in beyond, providing practical support, research-based tools, and learning opportunities to farmers, food business owners, and food system visionaries. Prior to CRAFT, Cynthia was a project manager at the Allegheny County Health Department’s Immigrants and International Initiatives and was on the team responsible for writing the first department-wide Language Access policy. She also worked at the University of Pittsburgh’s Ford Institute for Human Security, conducting research on human rights-based approaches to improving agricultural land access for women farmers and was the 2017 recipient of the Simon Reich Human Security Writing Award.