A graduate of the Roy H. Park School of Communications at Ithaca College, Elizabeth Stoltz passionately pursues her interests in leveraging communications for social justice. In addition to establishing Food for Thought, Elizabeth served as a founding member and researcher for She’s the First. In these leadership capacities, Elizabeth built close relationships with school administrators in Nepal, Ethiopia and Kenya and continues to advocate for women’s empowerment. Currently, Elizabeth is a Research Associate at Ketchum, a global public relations agency, where she develops research-based insights for a variety of public affairs, social marketing, health and corporate social responsibility clients.
Tra nguyen, President
Tra Nguyen is a junior Public and Community Health major, with a minor in French. She is from Vietnam. She has been involved in Food For Thought since her freshman year. She has a desire to bring goods to the community and raise awareness of global issues. Tra serves as the Treasurer of Food For Thought, and she helps maintain the budget for all annual events and general meetings. Outside of Food For Thought, Tra is also a part of Ithaca College International Club, and she is happy to share the beauty of Vietnamese culture to everyone. She can be reached at email@example.com
Olivia Forker, secretary
Olivia Forker is a sophomore English and Documentary Studies/Production double major. She has been involved with Food For Thought since her first semester of freshman year and on the E-Board since her second semester! She is the secretary of FFT and works with the outreach committee to contact other student organizations about our events. In her free time, Olivia likes to thrift and explore different hiking and swimming spots around Ithaca! She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
rilya greeslamirya, treasurer
Rilya is a sophomore Business Administration major with a double concentration in International Business and Marketing. This is her first semester serving as a Treasurer of Food for Thought. She is responsible for managing the budget and funds for this organization. She has had previous experience with Food for Thought as a general member, as well as other organizations related to community service. Rilya is also involved in other organizations on campus, such as Random Acts of Kindness (RAK) and the International Club. She hopes to be more involved in the community and learn more about the world.