Navina Khanna is the Director of the HEAL (Health, Environment, Agriculture, Labor) Food Alliance, a national multi-sector, multi-racial coalition of food and farm justice organizations. She's worked as an educator, community organizer, and policy advocate toward justice through transforming agri-food systems. Based in Oakland, Navina serves on the Board of Richmond's Urban Tilth and organizes with #Asians4BlackLives. She is a Fellow at Movement Strategy Center, and in 2014, her work was recognized with a James Beard Leadership Award. A first-generation South Asian American, Navina's worldview is shaped by growing up - and growing food - in India and the US.