Become an Anti-Hunger Advocate

Become an Anti-Hunger Advocate offers a briefing on hunger in Washington and an advocacy training guide that a)presents readers with key facts on issues, programs and policies needed to understand hunger in Washington, and b) teaches key skills and strategies … Read more

Justin Weinstein-Tull

Justin earned a Bachelor of Science from Stanford University in Symbolic Systems (an interdisciplinary program combining Computer Science, Psychology, Philosophy, and Linguistics), and a Master of Arts in Modern Thought and Literature (another interdisciplinary major combining Literature, Philosophy, and Literary Theory).  He has worked with various community kitchens in the … Read more

Ebony Walden

Ebony is a 2002 graduate of Georgetown University, where she majored in Marketing and Management. Most of her employment experiences have been working with inner city youth on advocacy, community service, and community building.

LaFleur Stephens

LaFleur is a graduate of the University of Rochester, where she was a Political Science major with a minor in Spanish and was awarded the Frederick Douglass Prize for her Senior Honors Thesis.  LaFleur served as President of the Black Students’ Union, a member of the All Campus Judicial Council, … Read more

Eric Steiner

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

Jennifer Rottmann

Jennifer graduated from Dartmouth College in 2002 with a Bachelor of Arts in History.  At Dartmouth, she chaired the Dartmouth College Chapter of Habitat for Humanity and participated in a number of other local and statewide homelessness and affordable housing groups, and interned at the National Coalition for the Homeless … Read more

Hun Quach

Hun Quach, born in Cambodia and raised in Seattle, received her double degree in Political Science and Business from the University of Washington.  Hun has been a Resident Advisor, an intern for U.S. Representative Brian Baird and U.S. Senator Patty Murray, a Conference Assistant for the Tobacco Use Prevention Training … Read more

Saleem Hue Penny

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

Maryn Olson

Maryn is a 2002 graduate of Valparaiso University in Valparaiso, Indiana, where she majored in political science and humanities, and minored in social work and gender studies.  She studied in Namibia for one semester.  Maryn was active in the Honors College, Alliance, chapel activities, and the organization of a semester-long series of seven … Read more

Molly Neck

Molly grew up in South Texas along the U.S./Mexico border and graduated in 2002 with a major in Religious Studies and a minor in history from Tulane University.  While at Tulane she worked for three years with Habitat For Humanity and one year at Ozanam Inn, a men’s homeless shelter … Read more

Bridget Murphy

Bridget graduated from Duke University in May 2002 with a self-designed curriculum in Race and Ethnic Relations and Social Policy.  She spearheaded several campus projects to promote socially conscious career choices and cultivated an interest in immigration issues, especially those pertaining to farm workers.  She also studied race relations at … Read more