Morgan Roddy is an enabler: she plies her truffle wares on us willing chocoholic subjects. We don't mind at all. She's also a social justice advocate, a tried and true Hoosier, and an experienced BBQ devourer.
We dug into her chocolatier experience, LGBTQ space and how everyone should just share their food in "The Enabler".
Morgan is a native Hoosier and holds BA in Fine Art and Sociology and an MA in Sociology where she studied food, agriculture and community. She found a way to merge these passions into one by co-founding Queer Chocolatier, whose mission is to craft high-quality chocolate while standing in solidarity with marginalized communities. Morgan and her wife, Cheri Ellefson, live in Muncie, Indiana and have been married since December 2015.
Here are links to the groups we chatted about who are doing great work advocating for LGBTQ people in the Muncie area.
East Central Indiana (ECI) Trans Alliance, Muncie OUTreach, Reconciliation Achieved through Community Engagement (R.A.C.E.), and she is on the advisory board as a Food Justice Contributor of for the Indy Feminists.
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