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Andreana Barefield, Facilitator
(215) 731-1107 x 208
Andreana joins the staff as a facilitator. She became involved with Bread & Roses by participating in the 2019 Racial & Economic Justice Giving Project and the 2020 Alumni Future Fund. As a facilitator, she hopes to continue fostering the relationships she’s made to support and uplift Bread & Roses’ organizing. Having participated in Bread & Roses’ first virtual Giving Project, Andreana is interested in learning innovative techniques to support community organizing through virtual platforms while fostering a spirit of fun and connection.
Prior to joining Bread & Roses, Andreana served as a Community Engagement Liaison and Special Assistant to the Chief of the Community Engagement Unit at the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office. She earned an undergraduate degree from Rutgers University and a Masters in Social Work from the University of Pennsylvania.
Casey Cook, Executive Director
(215) 731-1107 x 203
As an activist and community organizer, Casey Cook has brought a commitment for real change to a range of social justice issues, including queer and trans liberation, workers’ rights, access to health care for people with HIV, promoting harm reduction strategies for drug users and sex industry workers, and environmental justice.
Since 2006, Casey has served as executive director at Bread & Roses Community Fund. Casey is responsible for raising money for grantmaking and operations, overseeing the organization’s finances, developing and maintaining partnerships with individual donors and foundations, acting as the organization’s spokesperson, and generally working to realize Bread & Roses’ mandate to support movements for change. Over the course of Casey’s tenure, grantmaking at Bread & Roses has increased from $200,000 to more than $1,000,000 annually.
Prior to joining the staff at Bread & Roses, Casey served as executive director at Prevention Point Philadelphia for six years. There, Casey provided needle-exchange and other harm reduction services while advocating for access to health care for injection drug users, sex workers, and trans injection hormone users. Under Casey’s leadership, programs and services expanded beyond mobile outreach for needle exchange to include a medical clinic, a legal clinic, case management services and a drop-in center. Casey also co-founded the Trans-Health Information Project (now Trans Equity Project) to provide critical harm reduction services for trans people.
Casey received a Bachelor in Women’s Studies and Education from Temple University, and a Master of Social Service and Master of Law and Social Policy from the Graduate School of Social Work and Social Research at Bryn Mawr College.
Casey currently serves on the board of directors for Philanthropy Network Greater Philadelphia and has previously served on the boards of the Funding Exchange, the Center for Responsible Funding, Penn PIRG, and Liberty City Democratic Club.
Jenara Gardner, Director of Donor Relations and Donor Communications
(215) 731-1107 x 210
Jenara Gardner is a Philadelphia native who grew up bouncing between North Philadelphia and the affluent suburbs. She credits her mother and aunts for teaching her the ways of mutual aid, community building, and resistance through joy. She has worked as a non-profit fundraiser for over 10 years and specializes in relationship building, data management, and communications. Most recently, she was Director of Development and Communications for Habitat for Humanity of Montgomery and Delaware Counties where she led the organization to hit its fundraising goal for the first time in a decade.
Jenara was introduced to Bread & Roses Community Fund when a friend invited her to Tribute to Change. Shortly after the event, she joined a Gender Justice Giving Project and found a wonderful community who shared her belief in “change, not charity.” When Jenara is not working, you can find her tending to her plants, salsa dancing, or at the theatre.
Tracy Jones, Senior Director of Finance & Operations
(215) 731-1107 x 207
Tracy A. Jones is an accounting and finance leader with 15 years of diverse experience across public, private, and non-profit sectors.
Tracy’s professional career is driven by an obligation to honor the humanity, dignity, and cultural safety of the communities he engages. During his eight years in public accounting, Tracy became aware of how the (un)intentional intersections of business and policy impacted the quality of life for individuals in society. This led him to pursue a career as a social entrepreneur for seven years, specializing in strategic initiatives, financial planning, compliance, and capital management for social enterprises, non-profits, and higher education clients. The strategies and systems he creatively designed and implemented for organizations allowed partners to go beyond the traditional financial metrics to unpack, acknowledge, and reimagine the “totality of impact” and the “harm in our collective good.”
Tracy holds a dual bachelor’s degree in Accounting and Sports Management from Widener University (’09), Masters in Nonprofit/NGO Leadership from the School of Social Policy and Practice at the University of Pennsylvania (’19), and an Organizational Leadership in Social Work Certificate, University of Pennsylvania.
As a former collegiate student-athlete, Tracy collaborates with other student-athletes on a volunteer basis to help athletes navigate life transitions post-competition. Additionally, Tracy is a member of the Epsilon Pi Chapter of Omega Psi Phi and the National Association of Black Accountants (NABA).
Jor Keller, Development & Administrative Assistant
(215) 731-1107 x 201
Jordan is a recent graduate of Guilford College with a degree in Religious Studies and a minor in Community and Justice Studies. At Guilford, Jordan participated in the Quaker Leadership Scholars Program and served as a teacher’s assistant for religion courses including “Contextual Thea/ology: Developing Theologies of Liberation for Today” and “Religion, Dreams, and the Dreaming.” During the summers, Jordan worked as a counselor at Shiloh Quaker Camp and led multi-day trips in Shenandoah National Park.
Jordan started at Bread & Roses as a Quaker Voluntary Service fellow in 2021 and has continued their work at the organization as an employee on the development and communications team. Outside of work, Jordan enjoys studying folklore, making digital collages, and exploring Philadelphia on foot.
Camille King, Grants Administration & Administrative Assistant
(215) 731-1107 x 216
Camille (she/her) is a graduate of Earlham College with a bachelor’s degree in Neuroscience and Public Health. While she is fascinated by medicine, her heart is called to social justice work. She is determined to use critical thinking and radical empathy to destroy unjust and inequitable systems to replace them with empowering frameworks of community and mutual success. Camille loves all things food, art, sitting in the sunshine, and learning about things people care about.
Camille formerly served as the 2022-2023 Quaker Voluntary Service Fellow and will now be furthering the mission of Bread & Roses through supporting applicants and grantees through the grant application process.
Chuks Ndulue, Communications & Events Coordinator
(215) 731-1107 x 211
Chuks is excited to help advance Bread & Roses’ goal of radically transforming individuals and society. He has a background in writing and teaching, receiving an MFA in Writing from Columbia University. He has helped plan programs, curricula, and events for several non-profits, including as an AmeriCorps VISTA in Syracuse, NY, from 2007 to 2009. He has a strong interest in cooperatives and mutual aid societies and is the co-founder of the Aftermath Artists Cooperative.
Karen Orrick, Facilitator
(215) 731-1107 x 209
Karen brings joy, embodied healing, and over a decade of experience in anti-oppression facilitation and community building to Bread & Roses. She spent seven years at Project HOME, where she created leadership development opportunities for formerly homeless residents and organized community conversations that informed an equity transformation process. Karen entered social movements through Resource Generation and recently has been organizing with Philly Thrive.
Karen participated in the 2017 Black-led, Black-centered Organizing Giving Project and co-facilitated the 2018 Gender Justice Giving Project. She is thrilled to join a team supporting Philadelphians to move money to movements while practicing the world we want. Karen’s happy places are on a dance floor, floating in the ocean, or laughing too hard to speak.