Kirsty is a junior at Wagner College in New York where she's currently working towards a degree in Behavioral Economics with minors in Sociology and Civic Engagement. Her work with Food Recovery Network is primarily with Food Recovery Verified where she helps verify business partners and explore food recovery and food insecurity in regards to businesses.
Kirsty swims for her school and is a member of the Concert Band. She is actively involved in Civic Engagement on campus as a Bonner Scholar Leader which lead her to be awarded with the Periclean Student Award and the Thomas Carroll Award for Environmental Sustainability. She became passionate about food recovery after hearing about many athletes who struggled to find food. This lead her to be a founding member of her school’s FRN chapter.
Rin is a senior at the University of Maryland (UMD), working on a double degree in Neurobiology and Environmental Health. She has been involved in Food Recovery Network at UMD since her sophomore year, and is currently part of her chapter’s leadership team as a recovery leader. Although she aspires to become a doctor, Rin became interested in environmental issues after working on a project with the local government in Frederick, MD to reduce food waste in local businesses in 2014. She’s excited to continue doing that type of work alongside FRN National. When she’s not busy applying to med schools or leading food recoveries, she enjoys creating digital art and playing badminton.
Dimas is a undergraduate student at the University of Maryland, College Park. Currently he is majoring in Studio Art with a concentration in Graphic Design and minoring in Entrepreneurship and Innovation.
Dimas has had experience doing many freelance design work including designing posters, flyers, and advertisements to promote offices and organizations. Dimas is involved with many on-campus organizations and is a proud Terp, and hopes to bring his positive energy to the FRN team.