Jean Siers is the Charlotte, North Carolina, Regional Gleaning Coordinator for the Society of St. Andrews and she has held this position since 2012. The Society of St. Andrews works to bring people together to harvest and share healthy food, reduce food waste, and to assist communities by feeding people in need. In this interview, Ms. Siers shares her experiences with gleaning, what types of food she gleans, and how she gets the produce to communities and agencies. Ms. Siers mentions gleaning live tilapia and donating the fish to the refugee community in Charlotte. She reflects on Charlotte's food shed and food deserts, and how organizations can better work together to eliminate hunger in Charlotte. Ms. Siers ends the interview by explaining where she thinks the organization can grow, the needs of the volunteer base, and the misconceptions of gleaning.