“Food Sovereignty is Tribal Sovereignty”

Anne Marie Noll of the 26th Class of Emerson National Hunger Fellows presents “Food Sovereignty is Tribal Sovereignty” at the Rayburn House Office Building on Friday, 2/28/2020. Anne Marie completed her field work with the Native American Agriculture Fund in … Read more

Native American Agriculture Fund

The Native American Agriculture Fund (NAAF) provides grants to eligible organizations for business assistance, agricultural education, technical support, and advocacy … Read more

Shelli Grogg

Originally from Dobbs Ferry, NY, Shelli graduated with honors from James Madison University in 2016 where she studied public administration and global justice. After obtaining her B.S. she went on to pursue her Masters in public administration and a Certificate in health disparities from the University of North Carolina at … Read more

Alekya Prathivadi

Alekya graduated with honors from Loyola University Chicago in 2017 with a degree in biology. During her time at Loyola, she developed her passion for food justice by regularly volunteering at the local soup kitchen and interning at Purple Asparagus, a non-profit nutrition education organization. After graduation, she served as … Read more

Corey Malone-Smolla

Corey graduated with honors from Yale University in 2016 with a BA in Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies. While at Yale, Corey worked as a Project Coordinator, managing 50 undergraduates working to end sexual violence through education workshops on consent for 3,000 Yale students. Corey developed her passion for food … Read more

Sarah Goldman

Sarah graduated from Carleton College with a degree in environmental studies and a concentration in political economy. With a passion for agriculture and social justice, Sarah worked as a youth organizer in northern Nicaragua, interned on ten small farms in North America, and served as a student ambassador in the … Read more