Aimee Simpson is the Senior Director of Advocacy and ESG for PCC Community Markets.
Started in 1953, PCC Community Markets is the largest community-owned food market the United States, with over 100,000 members, 16 stores in the Puget Sound region, and nearly $400 million in sales. PCC’s mission is to ensure that good food nourishes the communities we serve while cultivating vibrant, local, organic food systems. In everything, we strive to inspire and advance the health and well-being of people, their communities, and our planet.
An attorney by trade and environmentalist at heart, Aimee has cultivated over a decade of legal and policy expertise on a wide range of food, environmental, health, and consumer protection issues. Aimee’s work at PCC ensures that the co-op operates stores, sells products, and supports policies that further its mission, vision, and values. Previously, she worked as an Independent Counsel for Consumer Reports and Center for Food Safety, a Policy Director and Staff Attorney for Beyond Pesticides, a Policy Analyst for the Center for Progressive Reform, and an Associate Litigator in Washington, D.C. She received her Bachelor of Arts in English Literature from Boston University and her Juris Doctor degree from William & Mary Law School. Aimee lives in Seattle, Washington with her husband, two sons, and yellow Labrador retriever and loves to write, play the piano, cook, and escape to the mountains.
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