Supporting farmers learning and making innovative agriculture technology – in the U.S., Cuba and Congo.
Sabrina has worked with groups across the U.S. as a community organizer and organizational development specialist. With a background in architecture, law and urban planning, she has focused on social justice, equity and community development issues in urban communities. In 2000, she founded a non-profit to guide emerging groups through the business formation process. The SEED project was born there, to address sustainability practices and food security in low-income, transitional and homeless populations.
As principal of a Los Angeles-based design firm, Ruby focused on maintaining the balance between art, design, nature and technology. At SEED, she joins the strength of that experience with a keen understanding of responsive branding, biomimicry, UX/UI design and implementation of varying technologies, to create interactive and immersive educational experiences. Ruby holds degrees in toy design and sustainability. She trains youth in microprocessor coding and CAD and designs the SEED code and packaging.
Easter is a graduate of Columbia University, with a background in biomedical and mechanical engineering. As a member of a four-person biomedical engineering team that created the AQubeI, a portable air quality monitoring device, she designed and re-designed the prototype utilizing various CAD software platforms. Easter brings experience in UI/UX development and a passion for creative endeavors to design of the SEED irrigation system.