Kristen Faubion is a lifelong resident of Schenectady County. After graduating from Marist College in 2015 with a degree in Media Studies and Production, she accepted a position with 1st National Bank of Scotia where and is now a commercial lender. During her career at the bank, Kristen has been very active with local chambers of commerce and is a graduate of the Capital Region Chamber Leadership Tech Valley. In addition to the Electric City Food Co-Op board, she also serves as a member of the Ellis Hospital Foundation Generations Committee.
Why did you join the team at the Electric City Food Co-Op?
I am passionate about supporting Schenectady County and that starts with the health and wellness of its residents. Providing a community grocery store in Downtown Schenectady will help fill a void of fresh and locally sourced food for residents.
What excites you about Schenectady?
Schenectady is such a dynamic city and the revitalization over the last twenty years has added so much. Creating a Co-Op is a piece of the puzzle that makes so much sense and will add to the city in so many positive ways.