Cezanne Sanchez


Food Corps Service Member

As I became more aware of the importance of nutrition and gardening as a means of healing my own body and mind I decided to pursue a career in gardening and nutrition education. Working with children and with school gardens as a FoodCorps service member has given me an opportunity to share my passion for designing and nurturing small-scale vegetable gardens and orchards with a school community. Johns Hopkins Center for American Indian Health and FoodCorps/Americorps have afforded me several meaningful training experiences with like-minded service members from around the nation. I am grateful for the opportunity to share my passion for plants with my students and for the learning opportunities that have come along the way.


Cezanne is a second-year service member teaching with the Feast for the Future programs on the Santo Domingo Pueblo, New Mexico. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Communication from the University of New Mexico and is working towards certification as a master gardener in Sandoval County.