Corbin Laedlein

17th Class, 2010-2011 Field Placement: Midtown Partners, Inc. (Jackson, MS) At Midtown Partners, Inc., Corbin helped to develop a community outreach and marketing plan for the newly developed Prosperity Center, a ‘one-stop-shop’ where low and moderate-income families can access benefits, … Read more

Lisa Hahn

17th Class, 2010-2011 Field Placement: California Association of Food Banks (Oakland, CA) Lisa designed a statewide certification process for individuals conducting SNAP outreach and application assistance.  The first of its kind, Lisa defined statewide training standards and outlined a statewide … Read more

Hannah Emple

17th Class, 2010-2011 Field Placement: University of Maryland School of Medicine, Department of Pediatrics (Baltimore, MD) Hannah worked with the Growth and Nutrition Division to identify barriers to food security for Baltimore families with infants and toddlers. She interviewed service … Read more

Kyle Dechant

17th Class, 2010-2011 Field Placement: Philadelphia Grow Project/Witnesses to Hunger (Philadelphia, PA) Kyle researched financial and asset-building initiatives aimed at alleviating hunger in local communities – primarily focused on the development of a feasibility report on launching a microfinance and … Read more

Stefani Cox

17th Class, 2010-2011 Field Placement: Logan Square Neighborhood Association (Chicago, IL) Stefani worked on Chicago’s Healthy Kids, Healthy Communities partnership, which aims to reduce childhood obesity. Under the partnership she conducted research and interviews about healthier park district vending machine … Read more

PaHua Cha

17th Class, 2010-2011  Field Placement: Baltimore City Health Department, Healthy Homes and Communities (Baltimore, MD) PaHua helped initiate the first comprehensive, city-wide food security assessment for the Baltimore City Health Department. She conducted interviews with community stake-holders and researched resources … Read more

Cara Brumfield

17th Class, 2010-2011 Field Placement: The Food Project (Boston, MA) Cara evaluated Bounty Bucks, a program that connects farmers markets with Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits by providing a 100% match up to $10 when recipients use their benefit … Read more

Aisha Amuda

17th Class, 2010-2011 Field Placement: The Food Project (Boston, MA) Aisha conducted a comprehensive program evaluation of a farmers’ market incentive initiative called the Farm Fresh Coupon Program. She surveyed and interviewed program recipients and analyzed coupon redemption data to assess … Read more