Glynn Lloyd is the Founder and President of City Fresh Foods, an innovative food service operation that daily provides healthy meals to Elders, School Students, Child Care and other institutional clients.
Glynn has been actively involved in the Boston’s urban community for the last three decades. From organizing local million man march initiatives to board chairing innovative non profits such as Sportsmen’s Tennis Club, The Food Project, Red Tomato and Four Corner Main Streets. Glynn founded City Growers LLC- a business focused on creating self sustaining urban farms and then assisted in the creation of The Urban Farming Institute, a nonprofit supporting the development of the new urban farming industry in Massachusetts. He currently sits on various boards such as Roxbury Community College, NACA, CommonWealth Kitchen and Project Bread.
After 20 years at the helm of City Fresh Foods, Glynn joined BII as Managing Director in 2015. Glynn and his daughter reside in Roxbury, MA
GA + Workbar Present: Storytelling with the Investors
General Assembly and Workbar are coming together to host local VCs as they share how they got to where they are and what resonates with them during pitches.