Amy Matthews

In May 2002, Amy graduated from Xavier University in Ohio where she studied social work and peace studies.  Her vision for greater social justice springs from the inequity she has seen at home and abroad.  Amy’s experience includes working with homeless families in Cincinnati and in New York and working … Read more

Anna Krieger

Anna graduated in 2002 from Haverford College in Pennsylvania with a degree in philosophy.  At Haverford, Anna worked on a variety Haverford community issues in addition to devoting her time to Gay and Lesbian causes both on campus and off.  During her semester abroad, Anna interned at the Sarang AIDS … Read more

Peter Kim

Peter is a 2002 graduate of Brown University, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts in political science, served on the student government, taught environmental science at an underserved public high school, co-organized The Democracy Teach-Ins, directed a campus security program, and lobbied the Brown board of trustees.  Peter was … Read more

Carrie Johnson

Carrie graduated magna cum laude from Duke University as a Political Science and Women’s Studies major.  She also participated in summer internships with the Amy Biehl Foundation Trust in Cape Town, South Africa, and the West End Community Center in Durham, North Carolina.

Katelin Isaacs

Katelin attended Princeton University for two years, but transferred to Stanford University where she graduated and was inducted into Phi Beta Kappa.  Katelin has worked on an organic farm in West Rutland, Vermont, as a tutor for young children, and campaigned to regulate sweatshop abuses with Students for Progressive Education … Read more

David Heller

David attended Brown University as a premedical student with a concentration in ethics and political philosophy.  At Brown he was a two-term officer of the student government, editor-in-chief of a course review publication, and Chair of a record-breaking senior gift campaign to raise funds for Brown undergraduate financial aid.

Jacquelyn Hansen

Jacquelyn graduated cum laude from Oregon State University, earning a Bachelor of Science degree in Nutrition and Food Management. She served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Micronesia working on health and nutrition education, youth development programs, and a campaign to promote the local agricultural food system. She has a working knowledge … Read more

Jenna Churchman

Jenna graduated magna cum laude from Willamette University in Salem, Oregon where she was inducted into Phi Beta Kappa.  She was a sociology major and politics minor with a focus on welfare reform. Jenna also interned with the Department of Children and Families in Oregon, designed a survey to measure … Read more

Robert Campbell

Robert focused on Urban Studies and Music Performance while a student at Rhodes College, where he graduated in 2002.  Robert has taught English in Nepal, attended NSCAHH and COOL Conferences, and participated in a summer Institute on Philanthropy and Voluntary Service.

Sarah Borron

Sarah earned a Bachelor of Arts from Denison University in Ohio where she was an Environmental Studies major with a Religion Concentration.  At Denison, she led Alternative Break trips to address hunger in Washington, D.C. and co-founded the Denison International Relief Effort.

Matt Achhammer

Matt graduated from Gettysburg College in Pennsylvania with a double degree in Theatre Arts and English. He served as the Homelessness and Housing Program Coordinator and the Hunger and Health Program Coordinator at Gettysburg.  He has also participated in the National Student Campaign Against Hunger and Homelessness (NSCAHH).

Sherry Stanley

1st Class, 2001-2003 Field Placement: SHARE Foundation, San Salvador, El Salvador Sherry worked with SHARE Foundation’s local partner organizations tracking the impact of government and multilateral monetary policies on small-holder farmers. Policy Placement: National Small Farmers Coalition, Washington, DC Sherry … Read more