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SAMI HEAD

Partner Shares Intern, School of Social Work Field Placement – partnershares@csacoalition.org

Sami Head is our Partner Shares intern for 2017-2018 school year. She has relocated from the US’s personal basement, Florida, to earn her Masters in Social Work at University of Wisconsin-Madison. She will be processing applications and conducting community outreach to promote and expand the Partner Shares program as well as identifying ways we can break down barriers to entry for more folks to enjoy CSA. She is excited to live in a place with fresh, local bounty and lots of cheese. 

JENNA HOMBURG

Community Programs Intern Spring 2017, Fundraising & Development Intern Summer 2017

We are happy to welcome Jenna for the Spring 2017 semester! As the Community programs Intern, she will be processing applications and conducting community outreach in order to promote and expand the Partner Shares program. Jenna is currently a student at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee where she is studying professional writing and communication. A self-proclaimed localvore, Jenna grew up on her Grandparents’ farm in Cottage Grove, WI, where her passion for local agriculture (and dogs) first began.

CARLY HERRON

Bike the Barns Intern 2017

LEAH PERRI

Communications Intern – Summer 2017

BEN STEIGER

Partner Shares Program Evaluation Intern – Summer 2017

MAGGIE WARREN

Grower Program Intern Summer 2016, FairShare Intern Fall 2016

maggie for enewsWe are happy to welcome Maggie as our Farmer Program intern for 2016. She will be working with Claire Strader on two on-farm research projects funded by North Central SARE. The first is on living aisles under organic vegetables and the second is on no-till organic tomatoes. Maggie recently graduated from Beloit College and has jumped right into the field season with these projects on five FairShare farms. Maggie brings previous research experience and a great attitude to the work, even in the rain!

 

MARJORIE KERSTEN

Bike the Barns Intern 2016

PAIGE KELLY

Outreach and Events Intern, Spring/Summer 2015

PaigeKellyPaige is recent graduate of UW-Madison, double majoring in Agronomy and Rural Sociology, and will be continuing her education this fall in a Master’s program for Sociology. Paige’s interest in clean and fair food is what initially drew her to FairShare, which serves as an outlet for her love of all things food. Holding true to the belief that “Eating is an agricultural act”, Paige is thrilled to be working for an amazing organization that emphasizes this truth.

LEAH ALSTAD

Partner Shares Program Intern, Spring/Summer 2015

MARLA PETERSON

Bike the Barns Driftless  Intern, Spring/Summer 2015

ASHLEY KUEHL

Bike the Barns Intern, Summer 2015

RAINA VAN DUYM

Events & Administrative Support Intern, Summer 2014

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Raina is a senior at Carleton College where she is majoring in American Studies. Her focus is sensory involvement in food, the cultural context of recipes, and the use of the printed word to link memory, experience, and nostalgia with exceptional ingredients. Raina loves reading food writing and cooking her favorite foods. She also works with Local Thyme, creating and promoting seasonal recipes for goodies from CSA boxes.

DANIELLE PIRAINO

Bike the Barns & Administrative Support Intern, Summer 2014

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Danielle is an Environmental Studies student at the University of Vermont in Burlington. She was drawn to Madison for its strong and renowned local food system, and to FairShare CSA Coalition for their key role in the food revolution. Danielle’s focus within the food system is on fresh & fair food accessibility and advocating for food growing farmers! In the past, she has worked on CSA farms throughout the upper Midwest, and hopes to one day call herself a farmer too. She joins the team at FairShare for Summer 2014 as the Bike the Barns & Administrative Support Intern.

LAURA JACOBSON

Development & Fundraising Intern, Summer 2014

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Laura is a recent graduate from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a degree in Zoology, and is now hoping to pursue a career in the public health field. Since moving to the city, she has enjoyed exploring and eating her way through the vibrant, fresh local food scene that Madison so proudly offers. Her interest in local agriculture grew this past year as she became more aware of how important the presence of a strong and just local food system is to creating a healthy, resilient community. As a FairShare CSA Coalition intern, Laura is excited to learn more about this movement and to take an active role in bringing healthy food to hungry people.

NIKKI MOKRZYCKI

Outreach & Special Events Intern, Summer/Fall 2014

Nikki and her GrasshopperNikki moved to Madison last Spring after graduating from New York University, where she studied Environmental Studies, Sociology and Food Studies. Over the past five years, her interest in food has lead her to work on several farms, in a few kitchens and with a handful of food-related student organizations. In addition to working with FairShare this summer, Nikki is excited to be cooking for Family HEART Camp, a week-long camp for Nonviolent Communication training, and to be working at Darn Farm, a developing urban permaculture farm in Madison. When she’s not eating, cooking, or thinking about food, you can find Nikki providing caffeine to the masses at Mother Fools. She joins FairShare this summer as the Outreach and Special Events Intern.

THOMAS OLSON

Bike the Barns Driftless Intern, 2013-2014

Photo of Intern Thomas OlsonA native to Esofea, Wisc., he grew up surrounded by the beautiful agricultural bounty of Wisconsin’s Driftless region and is graduating in May 2014 with a Bachelor of Science in Horticulture from UW-Madison. He is passionate about local food economies, sustainable principles and strengthening connections between farmers and community members. He is excited to join our team and will be working closely on projects involving Bike the Barns West 2014. Other interests include working at his family’s farm, caring for honeybees, cooking and enjoying the outdoors.

PHOEBE KRAWCZYK

Events Intern, Spring 2014

IMG_1320Growing up in Northeastern Wisconsin Phoebe had early exposure to the farming economy. However, it was only when she moved to Madison that she found her interest in local and organic foods. Her knowledge of the benefits of local food systems satisfied personal interest until she witnessed first hand the effect of large-scale agriculture on the environment, after which she became passionate about advocating for both healthy lifestyle and land use. Phoebe will graduate from UW-Madison in Spring 2014 with bachelor degrees in Human Geography and Russian language.

 

CLARE MCKINLEY

Partner Shares Program Intern, Spring 2014

bio pictureClare is a sophomore at UW-Madison who is working toward degrees in English and Environmental Studies. Her interest in community shared agriculture and local food began while growing up in Whitefish Bay, Wisconsin, where her family cooked lots of tasty meals made from weekly CSA shares. Clare is excited to learn as much as possible about Madison’s local food economy through working with Fairshare CSA Coalition.

 

ANDREA SLINDE

Workplace CSA Intern, Spring 2014

CIMG1565Andrea recently graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders as well as Global Health. She became interested in the local food movement after interning with UW-Madison’s student org Slow Food UW and volunteering at Redamte Coffee House in Madison. She is eager to reach out to the community and get more people involved with community supported agriculture. Other interests include traveling, cooking, knitting, and competing in sprint triathlons.

KATHERINE KROHN

Program Intern, Spring 2014

1383115_10200664074236457_1888806150_nKatherine is a Geography and Environmental Studies student who is interested the intersection of social justice issues and food. She found her passion for sustainable agriculture through a summer spent WWOOFing, and she continues to enjoy gardening and culinary experimentation. She hopes to help build a more inclusive local food system through her involvement with FairShare.

Ruth Miller

Outreach Intern, Fall 2013

Emily Kalnicky

Program Intern, Fall 2013

Jess Guffey

Development & Program Intern, Fall 2013

Alix Boulard

Program Intern, Summer 2013

Meggie Patton

Bike the Barns Intern, Summer 2013

Janie Starzewski

Partner Shares Program Intern, Spring 2013

Lauren Wells

Outreach & Events Intern, Summer 2012

Jen Bloesch

Program Intern, Spring 2012

Beth Nitz

Partner Shares Program Intern, 2011-2012
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