Andy works as a grant writer at Solid Ground, an organization that builds community to reduce poverty in Seattle through direct services and advocacy. He works closely with their Community Food Education program that educates children and families in public schools, community centers, and urban gardens. He assisted in the formative years of Colorado Springs Food Rescue, an organization that imagines a community-driven food system that nourishes people, land, and the economy. He studied Political Science, English, and Music at Colorado College and enjoys exploring the confluence of the three through playwriting. Andy is a Senior Fellow (Warsaw 2016) and a recipient of Humanity in Action Senior Fellow Grant Competition. An excerpt his current collaboration, Selah, recently previewed at the New York New Works Theatre Festival.
Updated October 2018
More from Andy Post
We thank the Landecker Democracy Fellowship Admissions Committee 2021
We thank the members of our Admissions Committee for the Landecker Democracy Fellowship 2021/22. From August to September, 2021 members of the Admissions Committee read over 150 applications and interviewed more than 90 finalists.
2016 Warsaw Fellowship Blog
During the 2016 Warsaw Fellowship, our Fellows wrote daily blogs of their experiences during the Fellowship. Read their reflections here.
Senior Fellows Raise $40,220.50 for Giving Campaign
Inside the Triangle: the Struggle of Representation in North Carolina
Senior Fellow Andy Post created "Selah", a play written from interviews with citizens inside the North Carolina research triangle (Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill) who are directly involved in issues like voter oppression, gerrymandering, and controversial mens rea reform.
2018 Fall International Conference Schedule
The upcoming Fall International Conference on "Social Justice in Public Health and Healthcare" will take place next weekend on October 19 and 20, 2018 at The New School.
Purple State Purple Haze
Purple State Purple Haze was a performance written from interviews with activists in New Orleans' Ninth Ward in response to President Trump's election in 2016.