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Patience is a total community hero. She is the executive director of Food to Power (Formerly the Colorado Springs Food Rescue) but has been involved in the organization for years, helping grow its impact. The goal of the organization is to ensure no family goes hungry, and to help establish food independence for areas lacking in healthy food options. A vast swath of Southeast Colorado Springs is considered a food desert, and Patience has actively worked to mitigate the health inequities prominent in that part of town. Moreover, she writes the bi-monthly DiverseCity column in the Colorado Springs Indy, where she speaks on important national, statewide and local issues with sensitivity, grace and passion.

Patience is a total community hero. She is the executive director of Food to Power (Formerly the Colorado Springs Food Rescue) but has been involved in the organization for years, helping grow its impact. The goal of the organization is to ensure no family goes hungry, and to help establish food independence for areas lacking in healthy food options. A vast swath of Southeast Colorado Springs is considered a food desert, and Patience has actively worked to mitigate the health inequities prominent in that part of town. Moreover, she writes the bi-monthly DiverseCity column in the Colorado Springs Indy, where she speaks on important national, statewide and local issues with sensitivity, grace and passion.

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