We are delighted to announce the members of the 6th Class of Zero Hunger Interns. These developing leaders will spend 10 weeks over the summer expanding the impact of anti-hunger organizations in Washington, D.C.
Zero Hunger Interns will support their host organizations as they respond to hunger crises and develop the experience and skills necessary to become effective anti-hunger leaders in their communities. The interns’ subject matter and advocacy expertise will be augmented through participation in the 2023 Zero Hunger Summer Seminars.
The Zero Hunger Internship was launched in 2018 with support from the Sodexo Stop Hunger Foundation to build the knowledge and leadership skills of the next generation of young people who will end hunger by 2030. Along with our Hunger Fellowship programs and Zero Hunger Academy online learning platform, this internship supports our mission of developing, inspiring, and connecting leaders in the movement to end hunger and to advocate for public policies that create a food-secure world.
|Evyn Appel||University of Delaware||Food Research and Action Center|
|Garreth Bartholomew||University of Virginia||Alive & Thrive|
|Olivier Bradley||University of Massachusetts Amherst||InterAction|
|Erin Katahira||The George Washington University||Congressional Hunger Center|
|Patience Lightfoot||Oklahoma State University||Center for Law and Social Policy|
|Ignacia Mendez||The College of Wooster||Bread for the World|
|Fawad Mohammadi||Oberlin College||ACDI/VOCA|
|Nerissa Ng||Binghamton University||Share Our Strength|
|Livie Nute||University of Virginia||Halcyon House|
|Khadija Rashid||Cornell University||Administration for Children and Families, Department of Health and Human Services|
|Sabine Umuhire||Case Western Reserve University||CARE|
|Lauryn White||University of Arizona||U.S. Department of Agriculture|
|Daniel Zavala Paramo||University of Oklahoma||Prosperity Now|
Meet the Interns
The Zero Hunger Internship is made possible through the generous support of the Sodexo Stop Hunger Foundation, Kellogg Company Fund, and the Corella & Bertram F. Bonner Foundation.