Nikita Barai

Nikita graduated with honors from Cornell University in 2006 with a degree in Urban and Regional Studies. At Cornell, she became a certified Emergency Medical Technician, tutored low-income high school students for the SAT, studied in Washington, D.C. and Rome, and wrote an honors thesis on low-income women’s access to social … Read more

David Tian

David graduated with honors from Yale University in 2007 with a degree in biology.  David coordinated the Yale Hunger and Homelessness Action Project and an afternoon drop-in center for the homeless, interned at the Hill Health Center’s Homeless Health Care Program, and served as a voting member of New Haven’s … Read more

Lindsey Baker

Lindsey graduated with High Honors and Phi Beta Kappa from Emory University with a degree in psychology and sociology.  At Emory, she was a Tritt Social Justice Fellow, an Emory Scholar, and the Co-Director of Volunteer Emory.  She studied abroad in Melbourne, Australia, and participated in alternative break trips to … Read more

Meisha McDaniel

16th Class, 2009-2010 Field Placement: DC Hunger Solutions (Washington, DC) Meisha conducted an analysis of senior hunger in the District of Columbia by assessing the capacity of federal nutrition programs to reach elderly populations at risk of hunger. Based on … Read more

Amy Johnson

A northern California native, Amy graduated from Willamette University in 2008 with a degree in sociology and a minor in Spanish. She has researched the distribution of emergency food in the Willamette Valley and coordinated social justice projects at the Office of Community Service Learning.  She also studied abroad in … Read more

Anne-Claire Hervy

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