Sayrah Namaste has been on staff at the AFSC New Mexico program since 2007. In her 15 years at AFSC she has helped create a farmer training program, a farm to school program, a farm to preschool project, and incubated 3 farmer cooperatives. She co-organizes the annual San Ysidro Day celebration, a centuries old tradition, with local community partners. Sayrah worked with farmers and teachers to create a Garden Curriculum for NM schools; co-wrote multiple training manuals as well as a curriculum about the farmworker movement, which she presents each year to hundreds of school children. She has been a member of the Recuerda a Cesar Chavez Committee for 13 years, co-chairing it twice. She is also a member of the New Mexico Coalition of Agricultural Workers and Advocates. Within AFSC, Sayrah co-facilitates the Just Economies and Farming for Social Change networks as part of her cross program collaborations.