Local Food Ambassador Program
MEET THE 2018-2019 LOCAL FOOD AMBASSADORS
Erica Acheampomaa - Elizabeth City State University
Biology Major, Public Health Minor
Even as a sophomore, Erica already knows that she wants to be a public health advocate and mentor for young children. Her goal is to help students eat healthy on and off campus.
Bryana Exum - Fayetteville State University
Healthcare Administration Major
Bryana is a junior who has experience working in Campus Dining and is interested in further developing her leadership skills while bringing awareness to local food issues on her campus.
Lauren Brown - North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University
Lauren is a sophomore interested in making change through student-led initiatives and by connecting the wealth of resources across various university departments with local farmers in the community.
Brooke Smith - North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University
Biological Engineering Major
As a junior, Brooke believes that education can empower a community and that A&T’s campus can help increase healthy and sustainable options in Greensboro and across the state.
Tiffany West - North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University
Tiffany is a 2nd semester freshman and Greensboro native who is interested in psychology, sociology, and culinary arts. She hopes her work with the LFA program can address food insecurity and equity in the food system.
Tenisha McLean - University of North Carolina at Pembroke
Biology Major, Math Minor
Tenisha is a senior, a Greener Coalition officer, peer tutor, and a returning Local Food Ambassador.She hopes to continue to connect the campus and dining services with area farmers through events and educational opportunities.
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