We are pleased to introduce our Summer 2020 Interns! They bring a wonderful mix of talent and experience that we look forward to tapping into for the next few months. Please join us in welcoming them!
Jonathan Dahlager grew up in Costa Rica as a missionary kid and recently graduated from Wheaton College with a degree in International Relations. He will be continuing his education with a Masters in Humanitarian and Disaster Leadership at the Wheaton Graduate school in the fall and hopes to move into a vocation of international development and disaster relief.
Sara Gammon is a Missouri native and recent graduate of Kansas State University where she studied Agricultural Economics and Global Food Systems Leadership. In the fall, Sara will attend the University of Cambridge to pursue an MPhil in Development Studies. Sara is passionate about empowering women through agriculture to achieve food security and gender equity. She is excited to intern for Growing Hope Globally and gain valuable experience for her future career.
Katheryn Gregerson is a Northeast Nebraska native, and recent Kansas State University graduate with degrees in Agricultural Economics and Global Food Systems Leadership. She is passionate about combining the sectors of agriculture and international development to create a more food secure world. With Growing Hope Globally, she is excited to explore the global impact of a grassroots non-profit and gain valuable experience for graduate school in the future.