Meet the Interns

This summer CKWL is excited to have five interns on board with our program.  Throughout the summer they’ll be stepping up into leadership roles and sharing their experience here on the blog.  Without further delay, the INTERNS:

Lauren Theis is a rising junior at Rice University, majoring in Political Science with minors in Global Health Technologies and Poverty, Justice, and Human Capabilities, and is extremely excited about interning at the Campus Kitchen Project this summer. Though she was born and raised in Texas, Lauren aspires to travel the country and the wider international community to alleviate inequalities in health and wellbeing.

  Ivan Titaleyis a rising junior at Berea College, majoring in Chemistry with a minor in Sustainability and Environmental Studies. Although born in San Francisco, California, he grew up in Indonesia where he developed a love for basketball (as a player) and cooking Indonesian cuisine (as both a cook and connoisseur). He likes watching movies and listening to music. Some of his favorite cartoon characters are: Tintin, Asterix & Obelix, and Tom & Jerry.  Homemade spaghetti is his favorite food.

Sarah Coleman is 15 years old and a rising Junior at Rockbridge County High School.  She loves photography and speaks Chinese.  Sarah has volunteered with the Campus Kitchen in the past and is looking forward to this internship!

Tomas McBrayer is a rising junior at Rockbridge County High School.  Tomas is excited to be working at the Campus Kitchen to give back, especially since he feels he has been given so much.  When he isn’t at the kitchen, Tomas is working at Salerno’s or at the pool.

Laura Steitz is a Senior Classics Major and a  Poverty and Human Capability Studies minor, from Baton Rouge Louisiana. On campus, Laura is involved with the Bonner Scholar Program, Peer Counsling, RUF, Kappa Kappa Gamma Sorority, Nabors Service League, and the Student Recruitment Committee.  In addition to working in the Kitchen this summer, she is also participating in an archeological dig in Rome, Italy. Her goal for the summer is to create a closer connection with members of the community through Campus Kitchens.
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