Matt graduated from Duke University in May of 2001 with a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy.
Brooke graduated from Whitworth College in Spokane, Washington with a Bachelor of Arts in Communications and Political Studies and she has experience with poverty/community development issues on the local, state and federal levels.
Sarah holds a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology from Bowdoin College. She has also studied the social and economic development efforts in Kenya and she has interned with CARE-Kenya’s Health and Nutrition Project as well as CARE-International’s Government Relations and Public Policy office in Washington, D.C.
Catherine received a Bachelor of Arts in Public Policy Analysis from Pomona College, where she researched Alzheimer’s disease, aging issues and adolescent obesity.
Alma L. Gonzalez
Almaholds a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from Mount St. Mary’s College in Los Angeles. She interned at United Way, A Place Called Home (a youth center for non-violence), and Alexandria House (a shelter for battered women).
Mayuri spent a year working with the Tufts University College of Citizenship and Public Service developing new student programs after graduating from Tufts with a Bachelor of Arts in International Relations. Mayuri’s academic concentration was in International Trade and Development and she was active in several social justice initiatives.
Brit holds a Bachelor of Arts from Cornell University.
After a year with AmeriCorps in Chicago, Alison received a Bachelor of Arts in Public Policy from Brown University.
Mary Elizabeth Evans
A math major from Birmingham-Southern College, Mary Elizabeth spent much of her time in college coordinating service opportunities at a variety of community and direct service organizations in Birmingham. She also founded the first student chapter of Alabama Arise, a statewide advocacy coalition that promotes state policies to improve the … Read more
Darcy holds a Bachelor of Arts in English from Westmont College and grew up living in community with handicapped adults in Prescott, Arizona.
Shephali has experience working with hunger and poverty issues in the U.S. and with community health outreach in Gujarat, India. Shephali holds a Bachelor of Arts from Vassar College.
Stacey graduated in May 2001 from Tulane University with a Bachelor of Arts in Spanish. At Tulane, Stacey established a Tulane Habitat for Humanity chapter and initiated the Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week.