Senior Policy Associate
Trevor Findley worked on a farm in Oregon’s Willamette Valley throughout high school and college and has been in Washington, DC working in food and agricultural policy since 2015. He believes that everybody should have access to healthy, nutritious, culturally-relevant food and is excited to be advocating on behalf of farmers and ranchers that are helping make that a reality.
After earning a JD at Willamette University College of Law, he worked in private practice and advised individuals throughout the food supply chain. To better understand food and agricultural policy, he completed a Masters of Law in Agricultural and Food Law at the University of Arkansas College of Law. Following that, he worked on production agriculture programs and oversaw several food labeling programs at the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA).
Trevor holds a BA in international studies from Willamette University and a Masters of Education from the University of Nevada Las Vegas. He previously taught fifth grade for two years at a science-based inquiry school in Las Vegas, Nevada and enjoyed seeing students get excited about science and growing their own food.