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Swipe Out Hunger Founder on Unorthodox Podcast

Swipe Out Hunger’s Founder & CEO Rachel Sumekh joined the Unorthodox team to speak on SOH’s work addressing hunger on college campuses. She tells us why Swipe Out Hunger is an essential project, inspired in part by her family’s dependence on food assistance after her parents immigrated to the U.S. from Iran, and how, as a Persian Jewish woman in the technology and social entrepreneurship world, she’s hoping to be more of a norm than an exception.

Rachel’s interview begins just after the 15-minute mark! Listen here.

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