Closing the Hunger Gap: An Exploration of the Maryland Food Bank analyzes the operational systems of the Maryland Food Bank and provides suggestions for creating efficient methods for serving Maryland.
Originally from Richmond, Kentucky, Stephany is a 2008 graduate of Berea College where she obtained a degree in biology. She led the annual Hunger Hurts Food Drive for the local food bank and helped launch Hunger and Homelessness week. Stephany also served as a Bonner Scholar and was the student … Read more
Originally from Lakewood, Washington, Cristina graduated from Stanford University in 2008 with a degree in public policy, concentrating in social and education policy. On campus, she directed a small group Bible study, led a class and an alternative break trip on urban education issues in California, and volunteered as an … Read more
Students Can Have Breakfast and Eat it Too: Expanding Breakfast in Maryland is a toolkit that showcases successful school breakfast programs, makes recommendations for overcoming challenges to student participation, and includes a short documentary film featuring one Baltimore high school’s … Read more
Originally from Massachusetts, Hannah graduated in 2010 from Macalester College in St. Paul, MN with a degree in geography and a concentration in community and global health. Her thesis research explored how health care providers and families navigate decisions about where to give birth. She has volunteered as an English … 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
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