Warren Village

Warren Village’s goal is to help low-income, single-parent families make the journey from poverty to self-sufficiency. Utilizing a Two-Generation (2Gen) … Read more

“Farm to Food Pantry: New Emergency Food Models”

Trish Abalo of the 26th Class of Emerson National Hunger Fellows presents “Farm to Food Pantry: New Emergency Food Models” at the Rayburn House Office Building on Friday, 2/28/2020. Trish completed her field work with Hunger Free Colorado in Denver, … Read more

Michelle Loo

Michelle grew up within a network of Chinese Malaysian immigrants in Queens and Philadelphia who helped her graduate from Barnard College in 2016. She graduated with a degree in urban studies and American history. With a passion for health and social justice, Michelle has interned at the Charles B. Wang … Read more

Ashley Burnside

Originally from Ann Arbor, Michigan, Ashley graduated with honors from the University of Michigan with a degree in social theory and practice and a minor in community action and social change. She spent a summer living in Detroit and worked in a racial justice organization called Focus: HOPE where she … Read more

La Alma-Lincoln Park Community Needs Assessment

The La Alma-Lincoln Park Community Needs Assessment presents data on the current state of hunger in the downtown Denver neighborhood, as well as recommendations to improve food security. This report is designed for local hunger relief organizations and policy makers to understand … Read more

Callen Lowell

Originally from Portland, Maine, Callen graduated from Columbia University in 2015 with a degree in political science and American studies. Callen has organized around issues of economic justice with ACLU, Lambda Legal, and Queers for Economic Justice. Callen served as a Victory Congressional Intern in Congressman Mike Michaud’s Office. At … Read more

Andy Kim

Andy grew up in Athens, Georgia, and graduated from Emory University with a degree in anthropology. He conducted field research in the Central Plateau of Haiti, studied the relationship between food insecurity and mental health, and helped develop a community garden in the Bankhead neighborhood of Atlanta. An advocate for … Read more

Hunger Free Colorado

Hunger Free Colorado leads efforts to connect families and individuals to food resources and fuel change in systems, policies and … Read more

Discover School Breakfast

Discover School Breakfast is a comprehensive School Breakfast Program toolkit designed to introduce the program to school principals, parents, food service staff and other stakeholders and facilitate the establishment of School Breakfast Programs in more communities.

Hun Quach

Hun Quach, born in Cambodia and raised in Seattle, received her double degree in Political Science and Business from the University of Washington.  Hun has been a Resident Advisor, an intern for U.S. Representative Brian Baird and U.S. Senator Patty Murray, a Conference Assistant for the Tobacco Use Prevention Training … Read more