Network Engagement Fellow, Food Recovery Network
Sarah Diamond grew up near Boston, where she became passionate about the relationship between the earth and humanity from a young age, quickly becoming a leader in educating young people about food, farming, and hunger issues in her community. Sarah spent much of her college education abroad, working on greening health care, environmental issues, and sustainable food systems, learning from and working with organizations in India, Belgium, Panama, and the South Pacific, including Health Care Without Harm’s Europe office. Upon graduating college last year, Sarah moved to Washington, D.C. where she currently works for Food Recovery Network on food waste and hunger issues, while also working remotely for a non-profit organization in London, U.K. researching the tie between integrative nutrition and mental health. Her passions today include greening health care, environmental nutrition, chronic disease prevention, food waste, hunger, regenerative farming, and halting climate change. Sarah hopes to continue working on healing people and the planet, and help make the world a happier, healthier, more sustainable place for all.