Ashia Aubourg
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Ashia Aubourg was Food Tank’s Food Justice Fellow. She earned a BS & BA in Food Studies & Policy Studies from Syracuse University, focusing on community-based food systems and public policy. Ashia has worked with food justice, public health, and education non-profits. Ashia is passionate about fostering an equitable food system and amplifying BIPOC food narratives.

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