Greg MasloweFarm Manager

Greg Maslowe is Farm Manager of Newton Community Farm (NCF). He has managed NCF since its inception in the spring of 2006. Before coming to NCF, Greg was a doctoral student in Boston University’s Science, Philosophy and Religion interdisciplinary program. His research focused on the ethics of genetically modified crops. He took a terminal Masters degree when he left the program to farm full time. Greg also has a Masters of Theological Study from Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary in systematic and philosophical theology. He lives at NCF with his wife and two children.

Charlie Radoslovich, Assistant Farmer

Growing up swimming in the irrigation canals of his family’s backyard farm in the valley of Albuquerque, NM, Charlie has soaked up farming.  He graduated from Lewis and Clark College with a B.A. in History and later a MA in Teaching.  Charlie headed East to start a family with his wife, who was raised in Newton, MA.  After teaching others about backyard farming in the Metro West area during the past seven years as a “Rad Urban Farmer,” he has joined NCF to share his passion for farming and his love for the soil.

Danielle White, Director of Education

The daughter of a farmer and a teacher, Danielle grew up on an orchard in Granby, MA, where she developed a deep-rooted love for farming and outdoor exploration.  She spent the past 4 years providing social justice and civic education to youth across Massachusetts and also has significant nonprofit management experience.  She earned her B.A. at Stonehill College, where she traveled to Kenya to research the impact of new technologies on local food systems.  Danielle joined Newton Community Farm in 2016 as the Farm Sprouts Instructor and was also a member of the Education Committee.  As the Director of Education, Danielle is thrilled to get back to her roots and share her love of outdoor experiential learning with the community

Emily Sorensen, Administrator and Events Coordinator

Emily comes to Newton Community Farm after studying sustainable agriculture and food systems from many perspectives and scales. She studied the sustainability of smallholder farm systems in Kenya in her undergraduate work at Barnard College and research at Columbia University. Afterward she returned to her native Iowa to research sustainability practices on large scale Iowa farms, then studied enhancing the success of beginning small, diverse farms in Appalachian Virginia for her master’s thesis at Virginia Tech. She began working for Newton Community Farm after moving to Cambridge in 2016 to continue her interest in supporting small, sustainable, local farms.