FRN @Brown is proud to announce its newest LT member and future Community Outreach Coordinator-
Spirit vegetable: turnip
From: Bucks County, Pennsylvania
Possible concentrations: Public Health
Favorite activities: cooking, being in new places, swimming, sailing on colonial re-enactment ships
What are you looking forward to gaining from the COC position?
Working with and learning from some of the really interesting, hard-working, inspiring community members of Providence who are easy for me to miss when I spend too much time up on college hill
What inspires you to do good?
Watching people who create goodness in unique and creative and brilliant ways.
What are some things you've been thinking about lately?
The merits of interning in New York City versus the merits of waitressing in Provincetown, MA, when spring weather will stay spring weather, how much time I spend on PerezHilton.com, whether the experience of running downtown is worth the run back up.
And regarding FRN's work - US food subsidies, how to change US food subsidies, the cultivation of food cultures and how to shift the US’s, urban agriculture, how to guard against elitism in the food justice movement, how food recovery intersects with health and nutrition
What has been your most rewarding experience regarding food access, justice, production, waste, etc?
Laying a trail of eggs in a giant chicken costume at a Rolling Harvest gleaning event in Pennsylvania last year.
What questions do you have for Kearney? -- e-mail email@example.com!