Stephanie Min
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Stephanie is a recent graduate from New York University with a double major in Global Liberal Studies and Spanish. During college, she had the opportunity to work in the public and non-profit sectors and study in Spain for a year. Her interest lies in providing culturally competent nutrition counseling to marginalized communities and increasing accessibility to food access. In her free time, she likes to hike in her home state of Georgia, go for a long run, or relax with an iced oat milk latte.

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