Nutrition Support Programs in the Health Care Setting: A Prescription for Hunger Prevention explores the benefits of having social services available to patients at Boston Medical Center, strongly encourages health care centers to incorporate “outstation” services, and outlines best practices.
A native of Columbia, South Carolina, Brian is a 2010 honors graduate of Morehouse College where he earned a dual degree in sociology and political science with a minor in criminal justice. At Morehouse, Brian was an Adams Scholar, founded “My Brother’s Keeper,” a mentorship program for homeless youth, and served as the … Read more
A Statewide Analysis of the Child and Adult Care Food Program and Family Child Care Providers in Oregon examines declining CACFP enrollment rates and makes recommendations for improving participation.
Tammie is a 2010 graduate of Emory University in Atlanta, with a degree in philosophy and a minor in environmental studies. She participated in the Transforming Community Project, a university dialogue focused on human differences such as race, gender and sexuality. She was also a member of the Ethics and … Read more
A native of Portland, Oregon, Rebecca graduated with honors from the University of Oregon in 2007 with a degree in international studies and political science. After graduating, she served as a William J. Clinton Fellow through the American India Foundation, working with a rural women’s cooperative bank on financial literacy … Read more
Originally from Sandwich, Illinois, Sarah graduated with honors from Illinois Wesleyan University in 2009 with a degree in women’s studies and a minor in English. She became interested in activism through involvement with feminist and LGBTQ organizations and conferences and has volunteered with Stepping Stones, the YWCA’s sexual assault response … Read more
Originally from St. Louis, Milla graduated from Haverford College in 2010 with a degree in economics. She served as finance director of the student-run café, directed the college community service office, and played on rugby and ultimate Frisbee teams. She volunteered at an urban community garden and several organic farms, … Read more
Originally from Cincinnati, Matthew graduated from Xavier University in May 2009 with a degree in history and minors in economics, environmental studies and peace studies. He directed the University Summer Service Program, worked with Students for Economic Justice, and taught writing and mathematics at a job skills training program. Matthew … Read more
Originally fromVermont, Page graduated from Mount Holyoke College in 2010 with a degree in environmental studies. Her past independent projects include researching the implications of chop-and-mulch agriculture on Amazonian household food security and exploring the Green Revolution dialectically. As an education volunteer at Heifer International’s Overlook Farm, she facilitated programming … Read more
The Afterschool Supper Program: An Oregon Case Study examines the efficacy and impact of this federal pilot program in Oregon.
Originally from Asheville, North Carolina, Jessica graduated from Harvard University in 2010 with a degree in sociology. She worked as a peer educator for the Food Literacy Project, served low-income families at Boston Medical Center through Project Health, and interned with the Food Bank for New York City and the … Read more
Marie graduated from Duke University in 2010 with a degree in public policy studies. She served as a soup kitchen volunteer, the moderator of Duke’s Presbyterian campus ministry, and a member of United in Praise gospel choir. She interned in the education and health care departments at United Way of … Read more