Caity Moseman Wadler
Caity is passionate about food access, sustainability, and urban agriculture. She holds an M.A. in Food Studies from New York University and a B.A. in Molecular Biology/ Biochemistry from Middlebury College. Prior to her graduate studies, Caity worked at a biotech startup where she engineered yeast to discover new antibody drugs, and took a whirlwind trip around the world before settling in New York City. She enjoys cooking, kite-skiing, gardening, knitting, quilting, and hanging out with her silver lab puppy, Louie. Caity received the Julia Child Foundation Food Writing Fellowship for Heritage Radio Network’s Fall 2015 season, and joined the team full-time as Deputy Director in 2016.
Dylan Heuer began working with HRN in 2018 as an intern. Today she serves as HRN's Communications Manger + Producer. She's produced several HRN series including Meat and Three, Beer Sessions Radio, Hard Core: A Cider Podcast, Jupiter's Almanac, The Shameless Chef, The Big Food Question, and My Family Recipe. She is most interested in telling stories about the intersection of our food system with current events, culture, and social justice. Dylan also manages HRN's communications channels and supports with underwriting. Previously, she has produced local news stories for WBAI, managed audience engagement for Making Contact Radio Project, and served as director of communications for an NYC food event series. In college she hosted her own feminist talk show at Wesleyan University. Find out more about her work at www.dylanmheuer.com
Hannah Fordin was born in Brooklyn, raised in the Hudson Valley, and is a graduate of Sarah Lawrence College. After working in many industries, from independent film, to agricultural education, to fashion, Hannah joined the HRN team in 2017, first as intern, then Membership Coordinator, and in 2018 she took on the role of Program Manager. She is the co- host of HRN's first podcast for kids, Time For Lunch as well as the host of the cider-focused series Hard Core, and is a producer and reporter on HRN's flagship series Meat + Three.