Miah Ulysse

Miah Ulysse (mee-yah you-liss-ee | she/her) is a fierce justice advocate and community connector with roots in Minnesota and Haiti. She is passionate about creating more just systems through policy, food, farming, land access, and natural spaces. Miah has impacted the Twin Cities community through her work on policy/advocacy, program development, network building, and communications at organizations such as Loaves & Fishes, Wirth Cooperative Grocery, Appetite for Change, 40 Acre Co-op, and Wilder Foundation. She has advanced local, state, and federal food policy efforts – including the establishment and funding of the Urban Agriculture Grant Program by the Minnesota Legislature, one of the first urban agriculture-specific state-funded grant programs in the country.

Miah is the Principal + Founder of RÅ«ted Solutions, a consulting firm based in Saint Paul, MN that offers facilitation, program development, and strategic planning services to clients who would like a fresh approach to their work.

A seasoned self-taught chef, budding herbalist, and outdoors fanatic, Miah enjoys getting her hands dirty in the garden and unplugging by spending time with nature.