Founder, Seulful United States
Adjoa Kittoe is a food and agricultural professional dedicated to bettering food systems in the United States and abroad. Adjoa received her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from SUNY College at Old Westbury and her Culinary Arts certification from Institute of Culinary Education. She is currently pursuing her MBA at the University of North Carolina’s Kenan-Flagler Business School. Adjoa has over seven years of experience in the entrepreneurial space, working as a private chef and in project management, digital marketing and operations. Her food advocacy organization Seulful Pantry, aims to provide technological resources, seed-to-plate education and revitalize the ancestral techniques of ecological agriculture. She is also involved with several organizations, including the Black Farmers United, the Montclair Community Farms and the City of Newark’s Office of Sustainability. Her work includes research on defeating food insecurity, developing initiatives to empower the community to healthier choices and lobbying for policy decisions that impact our food system. When Adjoa is not cooking, gardening, or writing, she spends her time tending to her house plant collection and improving on her front-end technical skills. She is enjoys pottery making, readings on African anthropology, and herbalism.
What Adjoa can offer other fellows:
Adjoa can offer her copywriting, strategy, and marketing skills, as well as her knowledge of urban agriculture, web development, and research skills.
Connect with Adjoa on social media:
Business website: www.seulful.com
Personal LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/adjoakittoe
Business Twitter: www.Twitter.com/seulfulpantry
Personal Twitter: Twitter.com/adjoakittoe
Business Instagram: Instagram.com/seulful
Personal Instagram: Instagram.com/chefadwoa