A Community Outreach Garden Program

Board Members

Does our Mission resonate with your values? Are you looking to put your skills to good use in the community? Can you attend monthly meetings and share your insight, time, and leadership? We are currently looking for New Board Members! For more information or to be considered for a volunteer board member seat email ChantalM@seed2seed.org.

Ed Gillooley has been a member of Living Hope Church for 7 years. He and his lovely wife Trish have 3 daughters, Melissa, Colleen and Caitlin.Ed embraced the vision of Seed2Seed, and recognized it's ability to "Bless the City," to teach good stewardship of our resources, and to spread the Gospel. S a board member, he asks a lot of questions to clarify things and then pitches in wherever he can to get the job done. He works as a Senior Analyst for a local consulting firm.

Born and raised in Georgia, Susan has called North Carolina home; by way of Fayetteville, Sanford and for the past 20 years, Kernersville.  A stay-at-home mom for over a decade, Susan found a niche in office administration and accounting when she joined the workforce. She’s prepped taxes, processed loan documents and for 18 years, managed the office and accounting for a growing manufacturing company here in Kernersville. Susan and her oldest daughter went to college at the same time and Susan received her Associate’s Degree in Accounting to back up her years of experience. Susan works part-time as administrator at Living Hope Church.  She has been married 35 years to Victor, has 3 awesome adult kids and 3 even more awesome grandchildren. Susan loves to travel and sew, so she works to afford her plane tickets and fabric. Susan was attracted to Seed2Seed’s vision of combining Biblically founded, environmentally-friendly gardening education and support of local ministries at harvest time. She looks forward to working with Seed2Seed and watching the ministry blossom. 

Chantal is the Founder of Seed2Seed and the Farm Manager of the Seed2Seed Education Farm in Kernersville, NC. A transplant from New Hampshire, Chantal now lives in Kernersville with her husband, three children, and a couple of chickens! She and her family are actively engaged in their church and serving the community.

   Chantal's educational background includes an A.S. in Horticulture Technology, B.S. in Agriculture Education and Professional Services, and most recently a M.S. in Sustainable Food Systems. She has experience in landscaping, floral design, vegetable production, and teaching. In addition to managing the Education Farm she teaches Sustainable Horticulture at Surry Community College part time. Chantal is also the instructor for the farms Summer Internship Program, Intro to Sustainability.