Toni Holness

13th Class, 2006-2007 Field Placement: Medical Legal Partnership for Children, Boston Medical Center (Boston, MA) Toni joined a team of lawyers and advocates to promote preventive law in the clinical setting and to address the social and environmental factors that … Read more

Bianca Pullen

14th Class, 2007-2008 Field Placement: Medical Legal Partnership for Children, Boston Medical Center (Boston, MA) Collaborating with lawyers and pediatricians, Bianca worked to address hunger and nutrition from a children’s health perspective.  She assisted patient families with food stamp applications … Read more

David Kane

14th Class, 2007-2008 Field Placement: Boston Medical Center, Medical Legal Partnership for Children (Boston, MA) Collaborating with lawyers and pediatricians, David worked to address hunger and nutrition from a children’s health perspective.  He assisted patient families with food stamp applications … Read more

Nico Quintana

15th Class, 2008-2009 Field Placement: The Food Project (Boston, MA) Nico evaluated the impact of a pilot program that introduced food stamp machines (EBT terminals) at farmers markets in low-income Boston neighborhoods. Nico also supported the efforts of the Boston … Read more

Morenike Mosuro

15th Class, 2008-2009 Field Placement: Boston Medical Center, Medical-Legal Partnership Boston (Boston, MA) Working with a team of attorneys, Morenike collaborated with pediatricians and community health centers to address the hunger and nutrition issues affecting low-income families. She assisted patient … Read more

Gina Kim

16th Class, 2009-2010 Field Placement: The Food Project (Boston, MA) Gina conducted a comprehensive program evaluation of a city government-led initiative promoting SNAP benefit redemption at farmers markets, and identified strategies to improve access to healthy food in low- and … Read more

Linda Edouard

16th Class, 2009-2010 Field Placement: Medical-Legal Partnership |Boston (Boston, MA) Linda provided legal advocacy to low-income and food insecure patient families of the Boston Medical Center to help them access SNAP, food resources, and other income supports. She also interviewed … Read more

Undoing Inequity: Boston’s EBT Farmers’ Market Initiative

Undoing Inequity: Boston’s EBT Farmers’ Market Initiative highlights the achievements of the new program and provides evidence that investing in urban farmers’ markets with EBT terminals is an effective model for improving the availability and affordability of fresh fruits and … Read more

Undoing Inequity: Boston’s EBT Farmers’ Market Initiative

Undoing Inequity: Boston’s EBT Farmers’ Market Initiative highlights the achievements of the new program and provides evidence that investing in urban farmers’ markets with EBT terminals is an effective model for improving the availability and affordability of fresh fruits and … 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