On this episode of The Backpack Show with Chris Brogan and Kerry O'Shea Gorgone, we'll talk with Christa Lynch, founder of Brooklyn Braised. They started out offering sustainable custom event catering and was going to open its first fast casual establishment when the pandemic hit. Christa immediately got to work partnering with area restaurants to feed families in need.
"Meals on Us” is a public service initiative where Brooklyn Braised partners with local restaurants to produce meals to serve to the Kensington Shelter under the umbrella of CAMBA—a 30-year-old social service agency that has several shelters within the New York City area." https://www.brooklynbraised.com/
We'll also talk with Peter A. Nieves, a New Hampshire attorney and former adjunct professor at UNH Franklin Pierce School of Law. He's on the SBA/Dean's Task force on Racial Justice, Diversity, and Inclusion at Franklin Pierce. We’ll talk with Peter about creating a new scholarship program for underrepresented students at the school to help make the pool of lawyers in New Hampshire more diverse. https://www.linkedin.com/in/peter-nieves-489711b/