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Sanctuary Kitchen products will be  available at the Downtown Farmers market starting tomorrow! Enjoy @sanctuarykitchenct products like Muhammara at our midweek lunchtime market! The Downtown Market is open Downtown Market 
Wednesdays 11am – 2pm on the 
New Haven Green, at the 
corner of Church & Elm St
across the street from City Hall!

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Quynh Tran was recently hired as Sanctuary Kitchen’s program director. We are so excited to have her on our team!

Meet Quynh: Born in Vietnam, Quynh and her family came to the United States as refugees and resettled in Hartford, Connecticut.
Quynh has spent over a decade in advocacy and politics. Most recently, she served as Managing Director for Grossman Solutions, where she led projects for clients such as AARP, Pew Charitable Trusts, MGM Resorts International, Access Health CT, and the Democratic National Convention. Prior to that, she was part of the inaugural class of VIET Fellows with Asian Americans/Pacific Islanders in Philanthropy (AAPIP). As a fellow, Quynh worked in Vietnam with people with disabilities and communities affected by Agent Orange/Dioxin.

Her volunteer roles have included delivering food surplus from local businesses to organizations that support the food insecure with Food Rescue US; organizing stakeholder outreach and events for the Presidential Inaugural Committee (PIC); and serving on the organizing committee for Vietnam Human Rights Day, an annual event that brings human rights activists from around the world to Washington, DC.

Quynh is a past honoree of Connecticut Immigrant Day at the state capitol. She is a graduate of the University of Connecticut. Outside of travel and theater, Quynh’s passion for cooking and eating takes up much of her spare time so she is incredibly excited to meld her love of food and cultural exchange by joining the CitySeed and Sanctuary Kitchen team.
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Quynh Tran was recently hired as Sanctuary Kitchen’s program director. We are so excited to have her on our team! 

Meet Quynh: Born in Vietnam, Quynh and her family came to the United States as refugees and resettled in Hartford, Connecticut. 
Quynh has spent over a decade in advocacy and politics. Most recently, she served as Managing Director for Grossman Solutions, where she led projects for clients such as AARP, Pew Charitable Trusts, MGM Resorts International, Access Health CT, and the Democratic National Convention. Prior to that, she was part of the inaugural class of VIET Fellows with Asian Americans/Pacific Islanders in Philanthropy (AAPIP). As a fellow, Quynh worked in Vietnam with people with disabilities and communities affected by Agent Orange/Dioxin.

Her volunteer roles have included delivering food surplus from local businesses to organizations that support the food insecure with Food Rescue US; organizing stakeholder outreach and events for the Presidential Inaugural Committee (PIC); and serving on the organizing committee for Vietnam Human Rights Day, an annual event that brings human rights activists from around the world to Washington, DC.

Quynh is a past honoree of Connecticut Immigrant Day at the state capitol. She is a graduate of the University of Connecticut. Outside of travel and theater, Quynh’s passion for cooking and eating takes up much of her spare time so she is incredibly excited to meld her love of food and cultural exchange by joining the CitySeed and Sanctuary Kitchen team.

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We’re so happy to welcome, Quynh!

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MISS MY nettie

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