Popping Bubbles: a Conversation about FFA, Inclusion, Eco-psychology, and Seminary with Brandon Roiger
Food and Faith Podcast with Anna Woofenden and Sam Chamelin
Brandon Roiger (he/him) is originally from Sleepy Eye in rural southwestern Minnesota and studied agricultural education at the University of Minnesota. After graduating, Brandon was a substitute teacher, a youth worker for the Boys and Girls Clubs of the Twin Cities and most recently worked in outreach for the University of Minnesota to create access for underrepresented students to agriculture-related academic programs. Brandon is now studying at Union Theological Seminary in New York City for a degree in psychology and religion, where he is focusing on ecopsychology. Brandon has no self-control when it comes to dessert, loves Harry Potter, and is a women's volleyball superfan. Brandon's vision is one of radical love and restoration for the world.