We are a non-profit, student-run collective with the following mission:

  • To strive to be an open and inclusive space for all members of the UMass Amherst campus community and beyond
  • To provide affordable, quality food to students, locally grown/sourced when possible, and consider the impact of our products
  • To encourage a fluid and open collective mindset to always improve our business through cooperative efforts for our co-managers
  • To work to engage in conversations in regards to the larger system we are a part of and commit to use Greeno’s collective practices as a space for change that does not perpetuate any systems of oppression or inequality
  • To engage in the re-evaluation and understanding of our goals as imperative to the possible progression of our collective

Meet the Team

Meet our wonderful, hard-working co-managers!

Ada Jacobson-Carroll

Communications

Annalise Poole

Communications

Milton Kennedy Varanda

Communications

Christoph Kennedy

STPEC and Philosophy

Rob Crowley

English

Dunya Mahmood

Psychology and Sociology

Eli Bondar

STPEC and Communications

Elizabeth Stelzer

Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies

Cynthia Murphy

Political Science and History

Jen Griffin

Natural Resource Conservation

Michée Mande

Communications

Niamh Maher

Lynsey Castagna

Communications

Maya Jakubowski

STEPC

Mugisha Cutsimpumu

Public Health and Political Science

Taylor Ridley

Public Health and Microbiology
Pre-Med

Noah Kimbell-Dembitzer

Mathematics and Economics

Zoe Kaplan

Communications and Sustainable Food and Farming