SNAP Into Action: Idaho’s SNAP Outreach Plan by The Idaho SNAP Advisory Network provides a framework for partner organizations throughout Idaho to unite around a cohesive SNAP outreach strategy. The plan details the need for outreach, best practices from other … Read more
The Cultivate Idaho Community Food System and Food Security Training is a comprehensive training providing a forum for information sharing, facilitated discussion and community asset mapping to communities participating in the Cultivate Idaho Initiative. The toolkit includes a facilitator guide … Read more
Originally from Silverton, Oregon, Marie-Therese graduated from Seattle University with a degree in international studies and a minor in Latin American studies. After graduating, she worked as a Jesuit Volunteer to preserve affordable housing and protect tenants’ rights in San Francisco at an eviction defense clinic. In college, Marie-Therese served … Read more
Gemma grew up in Garden City, New York, and graduated from Haverford College in 2012 with a degree in political science and a minor in peace and conflict studies. At Haverford, she designed and facilitated a student seminar exploring class privilege and oppression. She also served as a resident advisor … Read more
Originally from Virginia, Aleta graduated from New York University in 2008 with a degree in anthropology and French. She earned a J.D. from UCLA in 2011, specializing in critical race studies. Aleta has interned with the ACLU and World Health Organization, served as Editor-in-Chief of a law journal, and managed … Read more
A Knoxville, Tennessee native, John graduated with honors from Rhodes College in 2011 with a degree in history. As a Bonner Service Scholar, he worked to address homelessness, serving as a charter member of the service organization Advocates for the Homeless, and coordinating the group for three years. John also … Read more
In October of 2006, the first ever statewide Summit on Hunger and Food Insecurity was held in Boise, Idaho. Over … Read more
Brooke graduated from Whitworth College in Spokane, Washington with a Bachelor of Arts in Communications and Political Studies and she has experience with poverty/community development issues on the local, state and federal levels.
Fixing Food Stamps: Two Simple Changes State Leaders Can Make to Address Idaho’s Hunger Problem is an analysis of the Food Stamp Program in Idaho, including interviews with low-income families, suggesting that the implementation of two state options – eliminating … Read more
Darcy holds a Bachelor of Arts in English from Westmont College and grew up living in community with handicapped adults in Prescott, Arizona.
Jennifer graduated from Dartmouth College in 2002 with a Bachelor of Arts in History. At Dartmouth, she chaired the Dartmouth College Chapter of Habitat for Humanity and participated in a number of other local and statewide homelessness and affordable housing groups, and interned at the National Coalition for the Homeless … Read more
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