“Equity and Activism: The Massachusetts Ave. Project”

Megan Smith of the 26th Class of Emerson National Hunger Fellows presents “Equity and Activism: The Massachusetts Ave. Project” at the Rayburn House Office Building on Friday, 2/28/2020. Megan completed her field work with University at Buffalo Food Systems Planning … Read more

Sarah King

Sarah King holds a Bachelor of Arts in Social Work from the University of Washington and a Master of Public Health in Global Health from Boston University with an emphasis on managing disasters and complex emergencies. Her Master’s thesis examined unconditional cash transfers as a substitute for standard emergency feeding … Read more

Grace Heymsfield

Grace Heymsfield graduated from the University of Michigan in 2017 with a Masters of Public Health in Nutritional Sciences. For her public health practicum, Grace went to Malawi to study care groups promoting nutrition in the first 1,000 days of life. Following graduation, Grace completed her Registered Dietitian’s training through … Read more

Thomas Furstenberg-Carroll

Originally from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Tom graduated from Northeastern University in 2009 with a degree in economics. He then worked as an AmeriCorps VISTA providing free income tax preparation services for low income Philadelphians through a volunteer income tax (VITA) organization. He later served as a New York State AmeriCorps member … Read more

Kate Callahan

Originally from Willimantic, Connecticut, Kate graduated in 2010 from Syracuse University where she studied nutrition and policy studies. She volunteered as a nutrition educator for the Food Bank of Central New York and a scholarship program while coordinating service opportunities for her fellow students in Syracuse.  She also interned at … Read more