Maya Osman-Krinsky
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Maya Osman-Krinsky (they/them/theirs) is a native New Yorker currently pursuing their B.A. in Linguistics and Global Studies at the University of Chicago. Maya is focusing their degree on the role of language in healthcare, and they plan to expand their passion for global public health into the realm of food justice. Maya is an active home cook and enthusiastic eater and hopes to use their love for food to further the conversation about what an equitable and sustainable food future could look like.

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