Devita Davison is the Community Kitchen Director for Detroit Kitchen Connect, a network of shared-use, commercial kitchen spaces that provides an array of industry-specific services to burgeoning food entrepreneurs. Devita combines her passion for culinary arts with activism and entrepreneurship. Devita has worked with the Brooklyn Food Coalition, facilitated workshops for the WKKF Foundation, spoke at the Just Food Conference and the BALLE conference. She has a BS in Social Science from Michigan State University. Devita writes on local food systems and has been quoted in the media including: Civil Eats, Policy Link, The Detroit News and Urban Innovation Exchange.
Netroots Nation participation
- Netroots Nation 2014