Candice “Can” Foster is a San Jose transplant who now lives in Davis, and she has been with the Peregrine Project for seven years. Can holds an Associate’s degree in Early Childhood Education and is currently obtaining an Ethnic Studies credential. She has play-based preschool experience as a student-teacher intern mentored by Bev Bos, the former director at Roseville Community Preschool.
Can keeps herself active within the local community. She is involved with the Sac Urban Ag coalition, which strives to improve public health and economic opportunity through the production and sale of locally grown foods; Mothers Out Front, which strives to ensure a swift, complete, and just transition toward clean and renewable energy; Sol Collective, which promotes art, culture, and activism; and the Indigenous and Native Family Network of Davis, which articulates the needs for social justice and equity for Native American children in Davis schools. Can enjoys gardening, talking to folks about how to implement social justice practices in our community, cooking, hanging out with her BIG family, and crafting.