Sowing Seeds for Success
About Lettuce Work
The Lettuce Work Foundation is a non-profit 501c3 organization dedicated to serving young adults with autism and training them for the future. We operate a commercial greenhouse that provides the platform for school-to-work transition services, job training and employment opportunities for young autistic adults.
Located near New Albany, Ohio, Lettuce Work specializes in growing produce sold and delivered to local schools, supermarkets and restaurants, and generating revenue used to support the company's mission: to build life-long independence for autistic adults by improving their work and communication skills. You can find our pre-packaged salad blend in many of the Columbus-area grocery stores.
Lettuce Work is an approved agency provider for the Ohio Developmentally Disabled system and is authorized to provide adult vocational rehabilitation, adult day habilitation, enclave and community employment.
Our Board of Directors
Seth Becker, RFC
Seth is the Board President and has over 20 years experience in the securities industry, including 12 years with Bank One. Seth has served on several non-profit boards and is a guest columnist for Business First.
Jonathan is a practicing attorney at law in the Columbus area. Jonathan has served as a member of the Oakstone Community School Board for many years.
The owner of GreatHouse Marketing Strategy Company, John is a marketing consultant, entrepreneur and successful author (Battle of Symbols: Global Dynamics of Advertising, Entertainment and Media, 2012). John is a graduate of UCLA and the Loyola Law School, Loyola Marymount University.
Teresa King, CPA
Teresa is the owner of Teresa King Consulting, LLC. Teresa provides consulting services to small business owners, and previously worked at Toukan & Company, CPA’s, Pritchett, Dlusky, Saxe & Keller, Ltd., The Axis Group/Out of the Box Designs, Inc. Teresa has a BBA in Accounting from Ohio University.
Walter M. Sharp, PhD.
Walter serves as the Board Secretary. He has taught students at the secondary, vocational and adult levels. His most recent teaching was at The Ohio State University. Sharp has authored sixteen textbooks and worked for the World Bank to establish a program at the College of the Bahamas in Nassau.
Lisa is a Mathematics teacher at Oakstone Academy in Westerville and has an MBA from The Ohio State University.
Chad serves as the Board Treasurer, and is a Senior Auditor at Tween Brands in New Albany, Ohio. Chad previously worked at Plante & Moran and has a BS in Accounting/Financial Management from Franklin University.