Isaac Farley

Food Rescue Coordinator

Isaac is a designer and social entrepreneur from Ogden, Utah. As a child, he grew up in a family that faced a number of economic problems including being homeless for some time. These experiences lead him to make a commitment to do work that would benefit families that face similar challenges.

Isaac holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Visual Communication from Weber State University. In 2014 he was a participant in Impact! Design for Social Change a seminar at the School of Visual Arts. It was here that Isaac developed a concept for a social enterprise called O-Town Kitchen that turns food waste into products and creates jobs for families recovering from domestic abuse and homelessness. In 2020 Isaac relocated to Baltimore, Maryland to complete his masters degree in applying Design Thinking in the social sector. He has since returned to Ogden and joins the Waste Less Solutions team eager to reduce food waste and increase food security in the Ogden Area!