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Leadership

The Campus Kitchen at UGA is a student program of The Office of Service-Learning at UGA with nonprofit status under the UGA Foundation. Although we are a student-run program, we are organized under a leadership hierarchy that works towards a common goal of fighting hunger in Athens-Clarke County.

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Our Leadership Team

Campus Kitchen Program Coordinator:

Our Program Coordinator, Andie Bisceglia, takes on many responsibilities to support CK's mission and keep the organization running smoothly.

From hiring interns and shift leaders to lending a helping hand at volunteer shifts, she does it all while fostering a culture of kindness and teamwork within our program. The Program Coordinator also manages CK's partnerships with community-based and campus-based organizations.

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The Campus Kitchen at UGA's Program Coordinator, Andie Bisceglia.

AmeriCorps VISTA:

The AmeriCorps VISTA member works to increase the efficiency of  Campus Kitchen’s operations, such as collecting food donations and distributing meals to our food-insecure community members. They also support CK through conducting volunteer recruitment and training and maintaining partnerships with UGA service-learning courses, UGA student organizations, and local service agencies. To learn more about the VISTA position, click here!

The Campus Kitchen at UGA's AmeriCorps VISTA member, Kris Allen.

Campus Kitchen President:

The President manages Campus Kitchen's standing as a student organization, and supports the community of shift leaders through regular internal communications and emceeing full Leadership Team meetings. This position identifies new needs within the organization and builds the capacity to address them sustainably.

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The Campus Kitchen at UGA's President, Trushar Patel.

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Food Operations Intern:

The Food Operations intern oversees direct service activities by managing and working closely with volunteers through every step of the food recovery process. They also work with our partner student organizations to coordinate volunteer opportunities, perform weekly administrative tasks, and work directly with our program coordinator to write and submit grants for Campus Kitchen.

The Campus Kitchen at Food Operations Interns, Tea White (left) and Sydney Mance (right).

Administrative Intern:

The Administrative Intern keeps up with the Campus Kitchen email, voicemails, and website and acts as a first point of contact for those trying to reach us.

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The Campus Kitchen at UGA's Administrative Intern, Brynna Allen.

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Communications Intern:

The Communications intern works with the rest of leadership team to tell Campus Kitchen's story to our audience on social media. This positions creates content for the CK and the Office of Service Learning pages on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter to increase awareness of food waste, food insecurity, and sustainable food systems among UGA students and community members. 

The Campus Kitchen at UGA's Communications Intern, Jacq Sauceda.