Eric graduated “With Distinction” from Purdue University in May, 2002, with a Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Education. He studied abroad for a semester in Poland, a summer in Honduras, and a semester in South Africa. He served as Mortar Board President, was named Greek Man of the Year, and … Read more
Saleem graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry from Warren Wilson College in Asheville, North Carolina. He has worked in Washington, D.C.with the C.E.E.D. Youth Leadership Organization (now a partner with Community Harvest) facilitating youth education programs in sustainable agriculture, nutrition, environmental justice, food security, and poverty. He also … Read more
Originally from New Jersey, Lori graduated from Brown University in 2003 with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology. At Brown, Lori wrote an honors thesis on changing attitudes and stereotypes about the homeless community, directed the social justice branch of the Jewish student organization, and participated in the Student Hunger … Read more
Originally from southern California, Katherine is a graduate of Boston College where she majored in Political Science and minored in Faith, Peace, and Justice Studies. She participated in a variety of BC’s volunteer programs, including an immersion trip to the US-Mexico Border. She interned with immigrants’ rights organizations such as … Read more
Karen graduated in 2005 from Pomona College with a degree in psychology. Her senior thesis examined the impact of positive stereotype expectations on academic performance of Cambodian American students. She also edited for publication an assessment of a community health intervention within an immigrant community, created a best-practices guideline for … Read more
Aiyeshia is a 2005 graduate of Florida State University, with a major in psychology and a minor in English. She mentored and tutored children at low-income schools through the America Reads program and volunteered with the children’s program at Refuge House, Inc. She has conducted research for the Florida State … Read more
Evaluation of the 2005-2006 Provision 2 Pilot in Milwaukee Public Schools highlights key findings from the evaluation of Milwaukee’s Provision 2 pilot and is used to inform considerations regarding future universal free meal expansion in Milwaukee. The report discusses how … Read more
In Search of a Hunger-Free Community provides insight into the needs and circumstances of clients accessing emergency food assistance within Hunger Task Force’s network of food pantries and meal sites. The report provides data related to client demographics, participation in … Read more
An Exploratory Assessment of High School Breakfast Program in Milwaukee Public Schools: 2006-2007 evaluates school breakfast programming in Milwaukee Public High Schools and offers recommendations for improving participation rates.
Universal Free Breakfast in Milwaukee Public Schools: Preliminary Findings 2006-2007 evaluates the Universal Free Breakfast Initiative in elementary schools and provides recommendations for improving and expanding the impact of the program.
An Exploratory Assessment of FoodShare Modernization in Milwaukee County documents the modernization efforts used in Milwaukee County and several other states to increase efficiency and accuracy within the SNAP/food stamp system.
An Assessment of Child & Adult Care Food Program Supper Pilot within Milwaukee Public Schools evaluates the value and impact of supper service during after school programming.