With close to 20 years of organizing experience, Sean has worked on a broad range of social justice issues, including with the labor movement, on environmental issues, in faith communities, on elections, and on food systems. In that time, he has organized campaigns with teachers to keep their rural public school from closing, to register thousands of students to vote, and to pass leading policies on solar power. Since 2018, he has served on the board of CURE (Clean Up the River Environment), a rural-based organization based in western Minnesota. As policy director for the Land Stewardship Project, Sean manages a team of organizers building grassroots power for a just food and farming system. Biking, music, art, his cats, and his family keep a smile on his face.