Swipe Out Hunger Announces the 2022 Nachman Justice Award Recipients
Each year, Swipe Out Hunger recognizes three student leaders for their food security work on campus through the Nachman Justice Award. Established in honor of former Vice President of Programs Marissa Nachman, this award celebrates students who embody Marissa’s core values of justice, compassion, and equity.
Oftentimes, student leaders are volunteers, advancing our mission of ending student hunger while also balancing their course load, employment, and other responsibilities. In recognition of their commitment to this issue, the Nachman Justice Award gifts $1,000 each to these students that they can choose to use towards expenses like their tuition, fees, textbooks, housing, and more. We’re grateful for the many students in the Swipe network that drive our movement on-the-ground, and we’re thrilled to highlight the unique experiences and dedicated passion of each of these students – congratulations to our 2022 Nachman Justice Award recipients!
- Ananiya Jones from West Chester University
- Lorenzo Zamora from Bowling Green State University
- Sophia Bloom from University of Massachusetts Amherst
Ananiya Jones – West Chester University
Lorenzo Zamora – Bowling Green State University
Sophia Bloom – University of Massachusetts Amherst
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