On June 17, 10 Riffyn employees (who had all been fully vaccinated) volunteered at the Alameda County Community Food Bank. Not only was volunteering at the food bank a great way to give back to our community, it was also the first time we’ve gathered in person since March 2020. On our day of service at the food bank, we were also thrilled to learn that the current Administration declared Juneteenth an official Federal holiday. How fitting!
In our “Riffyn Spotlights” blog series, we’re giving you the chance to get to know the people of Riffyn that make our mission real. Today, we talk with Marketing Communications Specialist Embriette Hyde about her past as a microbiome researcher, why she decided to become a writer, and why she thinks we need to live serve rather than be served. Please note that answers have been edited for clarity.
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