Natalie Wright
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Natalie Wright is a food and environmental justice advocate at both the local and global level. She completed her bachelor’s degree from UC Davis in International Relations: Global Environment, Public Health, and Natural Resources and master’s degree from Teachers College, Columbia University in Education and History. While writing for Food Tank, Wright continues her education at UCLA in Food Studies, as well as Plant-Based Nutrition at Cornell University. Originally from Berkeley, CA, Wright currently resides in Brooklyn, NY. When she is not working you can find her practicing yoga or out on the trails.

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