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Our Team

Christopher Grallert, President

Chris joined Green City Growers in 2015 as a Partner, Advisor, and Managing Director. He is now the company’s President. With over thirty years of professional experience in organic and sustainable agriculture, Chris is committed to supporting regenerative agricultural models that foster responsible land and soil stewardship. Outside of his role at GCG, Chris is passionately involved with his own farm and home in Millis which includes an extensive library of literature, history and science and artifacts related to all things agriculture. Chris enjoys working alongside his thirteen-year-old nephew in his organic vegetable farm and helping to revive the lost art of mechanical weed control by restoring and repurposing cultivating farm machinery. Chris has degrees from the Stockbridge School of Agriculture (Fruit & Vegetable Production) and the University of Maine (Sustainable Agriculture).

Caitie Dwyer-Huppert, Director of Education & Programs 

Caitie joined GCG in March 2018. Caitie graduated from Clark University with a bachelors in Biology and a masters in Education. She loves the intersection of nature, farming, and teaching. After teaching science for 15 years in Worcester and Boston public schools, she earned a masters of Science in Ecological Design from the Conway School. She is happy to be developing GCG education programs, supporting farmers in teaching, and getting kid’s hands in the dirt. Some of her other loves are hiking and playing around outside with family and dogs, picking and eating berries at the same time, and playing guitar.

Molly Coen, Administrative Manager 

Molly joined GCG in May 2021.  She graduated from Northeastern University with a bachelors in Journalism. She has extensive experience in administration,  marketing, sales and customer service and has worked in the publishing, consulting and medical industries.  She enjoys hiking, gardening, cooking and anything outdoors or on water, including standup paddle boarding.



Anna Mutch, Business Development Manager  

Anna joined GCG in May 2021. Anna graduated from the University of Minnesota’s Carlson School of Management with a bachelors in Marketing. During her time in college, she worked as a seasonal gardener which inspired her to minor in horticulture. Her horticulture passion has led her to various experiences, most recently with Minnesota’s prominent garden center, Bachman’s. There she had positions in both the marketing and garden maintenance departments. Anna loves biking, live music, sustainable practices and eating local veggies.

Sarah Gayer, Horticultural Manager

Sarah joined GCG in January 2019 as a horticulture intern and she is now the horticulture manager.  Sarah graduated from Northeastern University in 2019 with a degree in Environmental Science which fostered her interest in plants and hyper-local produce.  She enjoys walks in nature, pottery, thrifting, and learning new things.


Connor Hannan, Installations Manager

Connor joined GCG in April, 2021 as an operations crew member and is now the operations manager. He graduated from the University at Buffalo with a Masters degree in Urban Planning, which developed his interests in finding innovative ways to create more urban green spaces. In his free time he enjoys running, exploring new places around the city, and spending time with friends and family.


Saritha Sivan, Customer Success Lead

Saritha Sivan joined GCG in March 2022. Born and raised in India, Saritha is a service industry professional with several years of experience as a corporate/leisure travel coordinator. She earned her Bachelor of Arts in English from the Guwahati University in India. After moving to the United States with her family, she started a small business to promote the idea of reuse, reduce and refuse. During the initial days of Covid, she found a lot of joy and positivity in going back to her childhood passion for growing plants. While working with her dad in the backyard, she understood very early in her life that growing food is possible with limited resources. Through GCG she wants to continue spreading the message and encourage urban farming. In her free time, Saritha loves growing and testing recipes with microgreens, upcycling, and spending quality time with her family.

Sarah Serrano, Education & Programs Specialist

Born and raised in Chicago, Sarah moved to Boston to complete her higher education at Tufts University, receiving a BA in English and MAT in education. She has taught ELA and Humanities in Boston and Cambridge public schools for five years. Sarah is also a certified doula, childbirth educator, and herbalist. She is excited to help develop GCG education programs and make garden knowledge accessible for all learners. Outside of her work, Sarah is a writer and artist, working mainly in creative writing, sculpting, and drawing that focuses on themes of nature, race, colonialism, indigenous land sovereignty, and the Black radical tradition.

Jessie Banhazl, Founder

Jessie is the Founder of Green City Growers and is currently supporting the company in an advisory capacity. After graduating college, she moved to New York City to begin a career in reality television production. Disillusioned with the entertainment industry, she moved back to Boston to run GCG, re-awakening her passion for food, farming, and sustainability. She is passionate about cooking with fresh, locally grown ingredients.

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Mya Neary Urban Farmer & Horticulture Assistant

Stephanie Berluti Urban Farmer-CT

Jason Marino Urban Farmer

Dana Werbin Urban Farmer

Tess O'Day Urban Farmer

Isaac Moss Urban Farmer

Cole Calhoun Urban Farmer

Andrew Orgonik Urban Farmer, Long Island NY

Grayce Rose Urban Farmer

Daphnne Ekmanis Urban Farmer

Jennifer Moore Urban Farmer & Site Support

Chloe Fishman Production Site Specialist

Rodrigo Lopez Garcia Installations Team Member

Jose Valencia Installation Team Member

Emily McDonnell Horticulture Intern

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