Local Food Ambassador Program
MEET THE 2016-2017 LOCAL FOOD AMBASSADORS
Ashland Tann—Elizabeth City State University, Political Science Major, Military Science minor
Ashland is interested in university policy for local food procurement.
Quadarion Johnson—Fayetteville State University. Biology Major
Quadarion, having lived on a farm, is very interested in working with Cooperative Extension to focus on increasing the availability of fresh and nutritious local foods on campus.
Zakiyaa Taylor—NC A&T State University, Urban & Community Horticulture Major.
Zakiyaa is interested in exploring the intersections between race, class, health, and food access and is excited to educate others on campus through events and media.
Jovia Ochieng—NC Central University, Health Education Major.
Jovia is excited to focus on campus education about nutritious local food options.
Kabrina McAfee—UNC Pembroke, Biology Major.
Kabrina is interested in connecting nearby local farmland and farmers with the university.
Fredrick Mitchell—Winston-Salem State University, Communication and Media Studies major.
Frederick is focusing on the connection of diet and chronic disease with access to fresh and healthy local foods
More on the Local Food Ambassador Program: nc10percent.com/lfaprogram
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