Andrew Kang Bartlett has worked with the Presbyterian Church (USA) Hunger Program in Louisville, KY since 2001. The Hunger Program works to create healthy, sustainable and just local food economies globally. Andrew works to equip Presbyterians and others around initiatives, partnerships and campaigns that address the underlying causes of hunger, and he coordinates the U.S. grant-making program. In Louisville, he is active on the leadership teams for the Food in Neighborhoods Community Coalition and the future Louisville Food Co-op. Formerly, he worked with nonprofit organizations in Japan and San Francisco focusing on social and economic justice issues, including rural development and agricultural policy. He has studied in the Dominican Republic, Cuba, Mexico and Central America, and lived for five years in East Asia working with Koreans in Japan on their civil rights struggles. He also serves on the National Farm Worker Ministry board and the coordination of the U.S.C Food Sovereignty Alliance.