Bethel, CT/Stamford, CT
What is your role at Community Plates?
Social Media Coordinator
What’s on your desk?
Photos of my nephew and lots of sharpies.
What do you like to do in your free time?
I play volleyball, practice yoga and enjoy exploring new places.
How/when did you first become inspired around issues of American food insecurity?
When I was younger I hosted bake sales to raise money for a childhood hunger organization. The statistics hit close to home given my age at the time.
Who or what inspires you most?
Kid President – check out his videos on YouTube if you’re not familiar with him. He’s a great reminder on how simple and easy it is to be a decent human being and that we could all stand to laugh more.
If there is one thing you recommend we could do to end hunger in our communities, what would it be?
It starts with awareness. Just because we live in an affluent area doesn’t mean that everyone has a safety net for when the going gets tough. Join a group like Community Plates, participate in a food drive or volunteer at a local pantry or soup kitchen.