Anthony Giancatarino directs the Food Equity and Energy Democracy programs at the Center For Social Inclusion. Anthony’s work focuses on collaborating with grassroots leaders and national policy advocates to build policy strategies that create racial equity within both the food and climate movements. Within the food equity work, Anthony has facilitated and participated in multiple policy and strategy workshops, including CSI’s recent Food Leaders Institute which focused on short-term policy opportunities in local/regional food systems. Within the Energy Democracy work, Anthony has published a series of research reports and case studies elevating the work of communities of color to become owners and decision-makers in the renewable energy economy and identifying policy opportunities for building a more equitable renewable energy economy. Anthony holds a master’s degree in public administration, with a focus on the intersection of race, place, and policy from the NYU Wagner School for Public Service. In addition to his M.A., Anthony holds a bachelor’s degree in Theology and Political Science from the University of Scranton.