Gerard Pozzi
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Gerard Pozzi is an undergraduate student at Hamilton College and the President of his campus Slow Food Chapter and Italian Club. Gerard recently studied in a Food and Sustainability Program at the Umbra Institute in Perugia, Italy. Pozzi maintains a blog, Scrumptious Words, where he shares culinary experiences, but also discusses food-related issues facing the world. Find him on LinkedIn.

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