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Student Leader Spotlight: Austin Fergusson, University of Connecticut

Lived experiences can drive and inform social change. It is those with first-hand knowledge and familiarity of the issue that can often be the most effective messengers and program designers.
For Swipe Out Hunger Student Leader Austin Fergusson, his experiences inspired him to tackle social stigmas and address hunger at the University of Connecticut.

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