Committee on Food Insecurity

2018-2021: (9 Members)

Faculty Representatives (Name, Department)

  1. DiGiorgio, Elizabeth, Art and Design (2019)
  2. Ikwueze, Chukwudi, Social Sciences (2019)
  3. Khomyak, Nataliya, Math and Computer Sciences (2019)
  4. Bales, Peter, Social Sciences/History (2020)
  5. Jacobowitz, Susan, English (2020)
  6. Tai, Emily, History (2020)
  7. Brodbar, Dorith, Counseling (2021)
  8. Shin, Jun, Chemistry (2021)
  9. Traver, Amy, Social Sciences (2021)

Student Representatives

  1. Ms. Mabely Salvador (President)
  2. Mr. Michael Fischbach (Vice-President for Programming)

Liaisons

  • Father Anthony Rosado, Director of the Newman Center, ex-officio
  • Vice-President Sherri Newcomb, President's Liaison
  • Anissa Moody, Social Sciences, Steering Committee Designee

Section 23. The Committee on Food Insecurity

The Committee on Food Insecurity shall consist of 11 members: 9 faculty members and 2 students: one officer of the Queensborough Student Association; and one other student.

The Committee on Food Insecurity shall:

  1. Maintain a Food Pantry during the academic year, for a minimum of four hours weekly; b. Establish any guidelines or parameters for the regulation of the Food Pantry as may be needed and appropriate; c. Promote partnerships with Queensborough Student Clubs, together with organizers of campus-wide events, to conduct Food Drives to supply the Food Pantry and raise awareness regarding food insecurity across campus; d. Promote partnerships with faculty and administration to explore service-learning and institutional advancement opportunities that support the Food Pantry as a means to contribute to the enhancement of student instruction, and address conditions of Food Insecurity within the Queensborough community.


Documents | Agenda and Minutes

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