Aedan Raleigh, from Warwick, New York, is a recent graduate of Siena College where she studied economics and community development. In her work as a Bonner Service Leader, she collaborated with organizations including, the Boys and Girls Club of Albany, Habitat for Humanity of the Capital District, and the Hunger Action Network, on various community development projects, specifically focused on food security. Aedan also studied abroad twice in her undergraduate career, for one semester in Lyon, France, and for another semester in Jaipur, India. She is passionate about international development, sustainability, and issues of inequality. Aedan will be interning with the Congressional Hunger Center’s Leland Fellowship Program, where she hopes to learn more about policy and advocacy in global development, and the best leadership practices in this field.