Education Programs

Rachel Aronson

Emerson Hunger Fellow

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Originally from Sharon, Massachusetts, Rachel graduated from the University of Vermont with an undergraduate degree in anthropology. At UVM, she interned at a transitional living program for domestic violence survivors and worked to improve client’s access to culturally appropriate food. She was also an active member of UVM’s Slade Hall, an intentional living community dedicated to environmental activism and horizontal leadership.

Sarah Spengeman

Policy Education Manager

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After graduating from Westmont College, Sarah worked for three years in San Francisco for the International Rescue Committee (IRC). There she managed IRCSF’s volunteer and community engagement programs, working to mobilize local communities to support the resettlement of refugees. Sarah then went on to earn her master’s degree in political science from the University of Notre Dame, completing a thesis on the significance of Christian theology for the formation of liberal feminism.

Colin Christopher

Policy Education Coordinator

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Colin coordinates NETWORK’s education trainings, creating curriculum, film, and other media content that inform and engage our spirit-filled network members and the overall general public.

Allison Walter

Policy Education Associate

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