Driven by our passion for food, nutrition, and community development, the EatWell team has the skills and experience to help all families access affordable, nutritious food.

Dan Wexler

Executive Director

Dan studied health management and behavioral economics at the Harvard School of Public Health, where he founded EatWell. Working at the Mattapan Farmers Market for two years, he gained insights on the challenges families faced, local taste preferences and the values community members sought in a family dinner. Dan finds inspiration in nature and his dog, Chance. 

Kevin Hall

Director of Finance

Kevin Hall studied health management at Harvard, focusing on value-based care delivery. Prior to that, he worked in radiology and oncology hospital centers, building financial models designed to maximize wellness impact. In his free time, Kevin enjoys hiking.

Adriana Katekawa

Director of Culinary Operations

Adriana is EatWell’s chef. She brings a background in culinary medicine, with a certificate from Harvard Medical School, and deliciousness, with experience working in Michelin Star Restaurants. Adriana trained at Le Cordon Bleu in Boston and loves finding new ways to cook vegetables--see her latest creations on Instagram @ak.foodwellness

Marcus Franklin

Director of Research Operations

Marcus graduated from Cornell University with a Masters in Public Administration and a passion for environmental justice. He spent 2 years as a Research Manager for the NAACP analyzing policies and designing evaluations to enhance impact. He brings those skills to EatWell, analyzing community challenges and measuring EatWell’s impact.

our advisors

Vickey Siggers 
Market Manager, Mattapan Square Farmers Market

Vivien Morris
Founder, Mattapan Food and Fitness Coalition

Rick Siegrist
Faculty Director of DrPH Program, Harvard School of Public Health

Josiemer Mattei
Assistant Professor of Nutrition, Harvard School of Public Health
Melissa Dietz
Registered Dietitian, Mt. Sinai Hospital

our partners

Instead of delivery, EatWell works closely with community organizations to make our meal kits accessible for pickup. Currently, we are working with local orgs to host our popup kiosks where you can find an EatWell salesperson and our delicious meal kits! Being community informed is core to EatWell, and our relationships with the following supporters have made this possible:

Community Partners 

Groups that have helped us

to make our meal kits more
available to families


Mattapan Food and Fitness Coalition

Mattapan Square Farmers Market

Dorchester Winter Farmers Market

Codman Square Farmers Market

Ashmont Farmers Market

Juice and Jazz Cafe

Boston Public Schools

Boston Senior Home Care

Information Partners

Groups that have helped us to
understand the challenges of food

security and given us insights on
taste preferences of their communities 


Boys and Girls Clubs of Boston

Greater Boston Food Bank
Children’s HealthWatch
Harvard School of Public Health

Friedman School of Nutrition Science
and Policy at Tufts University

Community members like you!

Executive Partners

Groups that have supported
EatWell Meal Kits organizational
development in a variety of ways





Social Enterprise Greenhouse

Harvard Innovation Labs

Greenberg Traurig Law

Commonwealth Kitchen

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