Here at 2020 Farmers Cooperative, we’re committed to investing our expertise and resources in order to further achieve our cause. Since 2020, a group of Black farmers, seasoned and new, decided to come together in order to support and assist Black and Socially Disadvantaged farmers and ranchers. We view our success in a variety of ways and measuring our success not by monetary size, but by more qualitative measurements such as the scale, impact and effectiveness of our efforts. Just imagine what we can achieve together!
Meet The Team
Brenda Waller, MD-President
Is a generational farmer and grew up on the farm her family share cropped for decades. Dr. Waller is now the owner of the land she and her family worked for years.
Clarence Grew up in the South and loved farming, but longed for the big city. Clarence moved North and garner a wealth of education, experience, and knowledge only to return to his roots to share and help farmers today.
Deborah Morton, Board Member
Is an Urbanite turned Farmer. Deborah grew and retired from the Urban setting to plant her roots back on the farm as a beneficiary of heir property from her family.
Deborah L. McCullough, MD - Board Member
Physician turned farmer. Dr. Deb downsized seeing patients and put on her boots. Deborah is a first time farmer learning her way around the farm while raising sheep and goats.
A little bit of country, a little bit of rock and roll. Reggie keeps things rolling by moving the idea to concept. Not missing a beat, Reggie is a hands on board member advocating for farmers, both in the inner city as well as rural America. Reggie is co-owner of Webbie Farms and brings his rhythm and soul to 2020. He is an accomplished thought leader.
Terence Coles - Treasurer
Terence is a serial entrepreneur, but keeps his hands steady on the plow as he assist in managing his family's farm. Terence is a third generation farmer who obtained his JD from Howard University school of law.
James Rickmond, Board Member
James brings his years of sales, product development and Marketing to 2020 Farmers Cooperative. He says he genuinely believes “The most important part of the phrase “Seed to Sale” is what happened in between, this is how a company is successful but most important, stays successful.” And... this is how I will assist 2020