Congratulations to the 2016-2017
Cincy Good Food Fellows!

 

From L to R: Tony Staubach - GFF Coordinator, Olivia Richter - Miami University, Jenn Bakes - University of Cincinnati, Ian Privitera - Cincinnati State, Henry Simanson - Xavier University, Angie Carl - Director of GCRFPC


What is the Good Food Fellows Program?

Under the direction of the Greater Cincinnati Regional Food Policy Council (GCRFPC), the Greater Cincinnati Good Food Fellows is a collaboration between the Council, the University of Cincinnati, Xavier University, Northern Kentucky University, Cincinnati State Technical and Community College and Miami University.  The mission of the GCRFPC is to promote a healthy, equitable and sustainable food system for all residents in our ten-county region. The Food Fellows will intern for the 2016-17 academic year with local food system organizations to work on specific projects to help the organizations and gain practical experience. 



Name: Jenn Bakes

University: University of Cincinnati

Major: MS Community Planning

Anticipated Graduation Year: 2017

Host Site: Our Harvest


Anticipated Project: Education and Marketing of Food Access Programs to Individuals who receive SNAP Benefits

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Name: Olivia Richter

University: Miami University

Major: BS Biology and Environmental 

Science

Anticipated Graduation Year: 2017

Host Site: Institute for Food

Anticipated Project: Business Plan for a New  Local CSA


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Name: Ian Privitera

University: Cincinnati State

Major: AA Sustainable Agriculture Management

Anticipated Graduation Year: 2017

Host Site: Cultivate Ohio


Anticipated Project: Business to Business Procurement Planning


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Name: Henry Simanson

University: Xavier University

Major: MA Urban Sustainability and Resilience

Anticipated Graduation Year: 2017

Host Site: Gabriel’s Place

Anticipated Project: GIS Mapping, Neighborhood Food Access Points, Food Insecurity, Environmental Degradation and Health

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Name: Cailey Radciffe

University: Northern Kentucky University

Major: BS Environmental Science

Anticipated Graduation Year: 2019

Host Site: Center for Great Neighborhoods

Anticipated Project: Addressing Food Waste through Community Gardening


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