Kathy Ozer is Executive Director of the National Family Farm Coalition, where she has worked on farm, rural, and fair trade policy for over twenty years. In the mid-1980s she worked for the United States Student Association (USSA) on education access issues. She is on the board of the Citizens Trade Campaign and Jobs with Justice and has worked closely on policy issues with the Community Food Security Coalition. Since 1999, she has been part of the farmer delegations at the WTO in Seattle and Cancun and at the United Nations. Her current work addresses the credit and global food crisis, holding onto farmer wins to restore fairness and competition in farm and food policy, and efforts to address the ongoing dairy farmer crisis. Kathy received her BA in Economics from the University of Massachusetts/Amherst and lives in Washington, DC.