Emma Marks
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Emma Marks recently graduated from Clark University in Worcester, MA where she completed her B.A. in International Development and Social Change with a concentration in Environmental Protection and Food Production. Emma is a Research and Writing intern with Food Tank; she is also currently a Project Manager with Action! Worcester, a Worcester-based community development nonprofit. Emma is passionate about food justice, sustainable development, urban gardening, and walkability. When she’s not working on program design, grant writing, or writing for Food Tank, Emma can usually be found rock climbing or experimenting with new recipes.

Emma’s favorite vegetable is mushrooms.

To contact her, email emmam@actionworcester.org or follow her on Twitter @emmarks11

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