Recology

Recology

Recology Safeguarding employee-owners and the community during COVID-19 May 1, 2020—Project Equity reached out to Julie Bertani-Kiser, Senior Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer at Recology, to find out how their ESOP company was responding to the health...
Adams and Chittenden: Mo’s Story

Adams and Chittenden: Mo’s Story

Adams and Chittenden: Mo’s Story Adams and Chittenden Scientific Glass, a twenty-five-year-old company in Berkeley, CA, is world renowned for manufacturing specialized laboratory glassware. In February 2017, co-founders Tom Adams and George Chittenden brought in...
Niles Pie: Sarah’s Story

Niles Pie: Sarah’s Story

Niles Pie: Sarah’s Story This is an interview with a worker-owner at Niles Pie in the San Francisco Bay Area, Sarah Vegas, who is a single parent to 11-year-old Attison. Due to the irregular hours and pay in her previous restaurant jobs, Sarah struggled to...
Niles Pie: Toto’s story

Niles Pie: Toto’s story

Home » Archives for Project Equity » Page 5 Toto’s Story Interview by Elan LaLonde September 10, 2017 I’m Toto. I started working at Niles Pie in May 2015. I was hired to work at the farmers’ markets after my contract was over as a data analyst for...
A Slice of New York: Ren’s story

A Slice of New York: Ren’s story

Home » Learn from Others Ren’s story Interview by Elan LaLonde August 31, 2017 Hi, I’m Ren. My full name is Rendell Boguiren. I’m Filipino American but people often mistake me for Japanese – I minored in Japanese and I love the culture so maybe that’s part of...
The Cheese Board Collective: Martha’s story

The Cheese Board Collective: Martha’s story

The Cheeseboard Collective: Martha’s Story Martha is enjoying her East Bay life, two grown kids flourishing on the East Coast, a good running practice, a vegetable garden, backyard hens and over 20 years of baking with the Arizmendi Association. Martha became a...