Breanna Gomillion holds a Master of Public Policy from Michigan State University. Her master’s capstone applied a systems approach to expand and integrate workforce development programs with social service systems to address the variety of causes and consequences of chronic disengagement from school and work like access to safe and stable housing, food and nutrition, and health services. Before attending graduate school, Breanna worked at buildOn, a service-based nonprofit, supporting the Global School Construction Program where she worked in partnership with program staff and local residents in Senegal, Haiti, Guatemala, and Malawi to build schools, enroll out of school children, and educate adult learners. Breanna is passionate about reforming infrastructures and institutions and using public policy as a tool to eliminate systems of structural inequality on a global scale.
First Year Placement
Breanna supports InterAction’s food security and climate workstreams. She coordinates InterAction’s Food Security, Nutrition, and Agriculture monthly working group meetings, which seek to support and strengthen U.S. NGOs active in implementing field programs in international agricultural development and global food security. Breanna ensures that InterAction’s food security and climate communities are well informed, develops materials for congressional advocacy and education on Feed the Future programs, and finds opportunities for collective action on food security and climate policies.