Joe Munroe became a Member of the Board of Trustees in February 2013. He is the founding first president of Muskoday Organic Growers Coop in Muskoday First Nation Indian Reserve, Treaty 6 Cree territory, Canada. He was educated by his Cree Elders in addition to this attendance at the Univeristy of Saskatchewan, University of Regina, Trinity Western University, and the International Agroecology Shortcourse at University of California-Santa Cruz, California. His areas of University study have been Agriculture and Economics, Law, Education, Aviation, Arts and Sciences and Tribal Justice.
Mr. Munroe has been a businessman in various capacities and a sole proprietor. His various employment have been in Business Development and Management, Government, First Nations Economic and Social Development, Restorative Justice for Tribal Council, and Law enforcement. His most recent position has been Indigenous Peoples Field Coordinator for Heifer Project International – Canada. World headquarters are in Little Rock, Arkansas. His work there has included Indigenous Peoples food sovereignty, and reclamation of Indigenous Foods and Food systems by Indigenous people.