What Matters Most is all of us bringing our whole selves to work and offering a broad spectrum of opportunities to grow, develop, and learn from each other.
Access to food is a basic human right, regardless of gender, ethnicity, age, ability or any of the social paradigms that define a human as "different." [Therefore,] everyone should have an opportunity -- should they so desire -- to be part of producing food.
When a woman can walk into a traditionally male-centric role and just be "a knowledgeable person" or "a farmer" – that's when we win.
To accelerate our progress and realize our vision, we have identiﬁed speciﬁc goals across three focus areas.