Mary Elizabeth Evans

A math major from Birmingham-Southern College, Mary Elizabeth spent much of her time in college coordinating service opportunities at a variety of community and direct service organizations in Birmingham.  She also founded the first student chapter of Alabama Arise, a statewide advocacy coalition that promotes state policies to improve the … Read more

Wick Ruehling

Wick graduated from Washington and Lee University in Lexington, Virginia where he majored in Public Policy.  At W&L he served as vice president of the Student Activities Board and played varsity soccer.  Wick interned with Total Action Against Poverty in Roanoke, Virginia where he worked with Head Start and the … Read more

Deanna Wilson

Deanna graduated from Swarthmore College in 2004 with a sociology-anthropology major and biology minor.  She coordinated an after-school tutoring and mentoring program for high school students while participating in various community organizations that empowered targeted community members, and educated students about poverty and homelessness.  She also conducted sociological and biological … Read more

Katherine Mastman

Katy earned a BA from Brown University, with a double major in political science and honors community health.  She spent studied abroad Sydney, Australia, and in Quito, Ecuador, and conducted research in Guatemala and Mexico on foreign assistance and women’s health. She worked with Oxfam in Australia, served as a … Read more

David Pope

David graduated with honors from Davidson College, where he majored in English.  He was elected junior class president, tutored special needs students, served as a camp counselor for disabled teenagers, and worked with Senator Fritz Hollings to support the shrimp industry in South Carolina.  In the last two years, David … Read more

Madina Agénor

Madina graduated magna cum laude with honors from Brown University with a degree in Gender Studies and Community Health.  While at Brown, she served as the co-director of a student-run dance company, a peer French tutor, an academic advisor to first-year students, and a community health educator.  She wrote an … Read more

Energy Clinic: A Toolbox for Helping Families Heat and Eat

Energy Clinic: A Toolbox for Helping Families Heat and Eat outlines the need for both food and fuel assistance in combating food insecurity.  The report is being used to encourage replication of the Energy Clinic Model in Medical-Legal partnerships nation-wide.