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Student Leader Spotlight: Esha Mishra, University of Delaware

Like a tree, our programs start with something small. Oftentimes, it can be a student concerned about the lack of food security options on campus or a university administration professional who notices far too many students experiencing food insecurity on their campus. Over time, you nurture the program so it can reach its utmost potential. And one day, you see it not only grow, but thrive. Student Co-Founder of Swipe Out Hunger at University of Delaware, Esha Mishra, tells us how the Swipe Movement catalyzed a nation from one styrofoam box.

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