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Dennis A. Derryck

Founder and President

Corbin Hill Food Project

HQ Phone:  (718) 578-3610

Email: d***@***.com

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Corbin Hill Food Project

475 Riverside Drive Suite 244

New York City, New York,10115

United States

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Ins-TRUCK-tion Manual: Lease, Buy, or Other? - National Good Food Network

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Dennis Derryck of Corbin Hill Food Project, will relate their story of trying all three options, and found great efficiencies, including monetary, using a third-party logistics company.
Dennis Derryck Dennis Derryck Dennis Derryck Professor of Professional Practice at The Milano School of International Affairs, Management and Urban Policy at the New School for Public Engagement. He has over 30 years of experience in both research and executive management positions, and he has been involved in three successful start-ups. His most recent start-up, now entering its fifth year, is the Corbin Hill Food Project (CHFP), a mission and values driven social venture that provides fresh food to those who need it most and with a long-term vision of sovereignty. Dennis has a BSc. in Mathematics from Manhattan College, and MSc and PhD in Education Supervision and Administration from Fordham University.


Ins-TRUCK-tion Manual: Lease, Buy, or Other? — National Good Food Network

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Dennis Derryck of Corbin Hill Food Project, will relate their story of trying all three options, and found great efficiencies, including monetary, using a third-party logistics company.
Dennis Derryck Dennis Derryck Dennis Derryck Professor of Professional Practice at The Milano School of International Affairs, Management and Urban Policy at the New School for Public Engagement. He has over 30 years of experience in both research and executive management positions, and he has been involved in three successful start-ups. His most recent start-up, now entering its fifth year, is the Corbin Hill Food Project (CHFP), a mission and values driven social venture that provides fresh food to those who need it most and with a long-term vision of sovereignty. Dennis has a BSc. in Mathematics from Manhattan College, and MSc and PhD in Education Supervision and Administration from Fordham University.


Andy, Author at thedesigngym.com

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That meant speaking to a panel of community food experts, including Tatiana Orlov, Manager of Community Impact for City Harvest; Simone Herbin, Community Food Advocate; and Dennis Derryck, Founder and President of Corbin Hill Food Project.


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Surdna is supporting leaders like Francis Carter and CHFP's Founder and President Dennis Derryck to develop solutions to shorten the distance from farm to table and improve relationships between and among producers, aggregators, processors, and consumers.


Community Recommendations for New York State Food Hub Task Force and Action Planning | Center for Social Inclusion

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Dennis Derryck, Corbin Hill Food Project


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