Wallace Center staff members are located across the United States, including Winrock’s offices in Arlington, Virginia and Little Rock, Arkansas. The Wallace Center is comprised of two teams that manage separate portfolios of work and also collaborate on numerous projects. The Food Systems Leadership team oversees the Wallace Center’s work supporting community-based organizations, food hubs, and food enterprises through the Food Systems Leadership Network and by providing technical assistance. The Resilient Agriculture and Ecosystems team manages the Pasture Project, the Regenerative Ag Idea Network and coordinates the Wallace Center’s work on grass-based supply chains in the Upper Midwest.
The Wallace Center is part of Winrock International, a global international development organization serving diverse communities in over 46 countries. Wallace Center is one of four units at Winrock focused on addressing social, economic, and environmental needs in the United States.
The Wallace Center draws from Winrock’s broader staff for administrative support, human resources, information technology, and technical expertise. This includes Winrock’s international and domestic teams – including the Ecosystem Services unit and the American Carbon Registry.