Sarah Bellaire is working to analyze FRN’s food tracking data to better understand the trends of our organization and how to increase our capacity to recover more food. Sarah earned her B.S. in Environmental Science and a minor in Political Science from the University of Michigan-Dearborn. After graduation, she researched the effects of climate change on different ecosystems at Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Sarah is very excited to dive into the non-profit world of food issues, and to fully explore the intersection of environmental and social issues.
Calvin McCarthy is working to develop FRN’s communications strategy and support external partnerships as the Communications & Program Engagement Fellow. Calvin is a recent graduate from the University of Virginia, where he studied Politics and Linguistics. During his time at UVA, Calvin explored his passion for food justice and sustainability by leading Greens to Grounds, a student-led organization that provided fresh, local produce to students. Calvin spends his days hiking, cooking up new things in the kitchen, and planning his next travel adventure. He is excited to jump into the world of food issues and sustainability and to add his voice to the FRN team!
Program and Outreach Fellow
Dominique McMillan is a Connecticut native that found herself all over the eastern seaboard. After establishing an FRN chapter at her alma mater, Barry University, she set out to work for the groundbreaking organization. Dominique has a passion for history and plans to write books that will be taught in university and college settings. In her free time, you can find her binging on the latest show on Netflix, or heading into Washington, D.C. for mass at St. Dominic's Church. Her favorite quote is, “Be who God meant you to be, and you’ll set the world on fire” by Saint Catherine of Siena.