Originally from Franklin, Pennsylvania, Kyle graduated summa cum laude from Wheaton College in 2009 with a degree in international relations and a certificate in human needs and global resources. He worked as a teaching and research assistant for the political science department, volunteered as an ESL tutor for refugees, and … Read more
Hailing from Davis, California, Stefani is a 2010 graduate of Stanford University, where she studied health policy and health inequities in the human biology program. She was a leader in Stanford College Prep, a support program for first-generation college-bound high school students. She also coordinated Volunteers in Latin America, a student-run … Read more
Originally from Portland, Oregon, PaHua is a 2010 graduate of Stanford University, where she earned a degree in human biology. PaHua co-led the Stanford Sweat-Free Campaign and worked on the Living Wage Campaign for Stanford workers. PaHua was also the co-founder and president of the Stanford Hmong Union and a … Read more
Originally from Brooklyn, New York, Cara graduated from Lafayette College in 2010 where she created an interdisciplinary major: social inequality and identity politics. Cara was a Posse Scholar as well as a 2009 Public Policy International Affairs Fellow. She served as a leader in the alternative school breaks organizations, a … Read more
4th Class, 2007-2009 Field Placement: Partnership to Cut Hunger and Poverty in Africa, Washington, D.C. Anne-Claire Hervy worked with the Partnership to Cut Hunger and Poverty in Africa, a research and advocacy membership organization founded in 2000 to build consensus and mobilize … Read more
A North Carolina native, Aisha graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2010 with a degree in biology. Aisha served as the executive coordinator of the APPLES Service-Learning Program and the President of the UNC Young Democrats. She also participated in service projects concerning homelessness, American … Read more
Advancing 3SquaresVT: An Outreach Guide to Vermont’s Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program provides strategies for food shelves to enroll more Vermonters in SNAP/food stamps.
Growing a Healthy Food System in Southern Arizona is a collection of stories that documents the efforts of government and community organizations to increase food security, and demonstrates how sustainable food production can help increase access to healthy, local food.
You Are What You Eat: Community Food Education Guide serves as a tool for community leaders to initiate a dialogue around healthy eating, educate community members about the relationship between diet and health, and build community support for a healthy … Read more
Healthy Corner Stores for Healthy New Orleans Neighborhoods is a toolkit for neighborhood associations that are looking to bring healthy foods into their corner stores.
Working Towards Wellness: An Assessment of the School Health Environment at Ames Middle School raises awareness about the strengths and challenges of the school health environment in the areas of nutrition services, mental health services, and physical education.
Corner Store Program Possibilities in Louisville explores the possibilities for and barriers to increasing healthy food access through partnerships with corner store owners.