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- Charitymoxie.com - "WILL WORK FOR FOOD Game Changing with Global Citizens"
- Michigan Daily - "WILL WORK FOR FOOD inspired by Clinton's values"
- Michigan Record - "Student-Run Initiative Goes National"
- Repair the World - "WILL WORK FOR FOOD Blog Interview"
A Will Work For Food Team participating in the 2014 CGIU Day of Action at a Native American reserve.
Vice President of Marketing Sylvia Lorenzini, Executive Director Andrew Hurwitz, and Vice President of Outreach Henry Sholk at the 2014 Clinton Global Initiative University in Tempe, AZ.
A photo of Steve Weinberg (WWFF co-founder) talking with President Clinton was on the Today Show in February 2009. The two met at the Clinton Global Initiative for Universities conference in Austin, Tx.
Steve and Ben Legman (WWFF co-founder) also got to meet and speak with Actor and Activist Matthew McConaughey at the 2009 Clinton Global Initiative for Universities.
Steve and Ben with Founder of TOMS Shoes Blake Mycoskie. The TOMS business model is an inspiration to WILL WORK FOR FOOD and Blake was nice enough to provide us with some helpful advice as we were shaping our initiative.
Steve and Jenny Feuer (former WWFF Campus Coordinator) sharing WILL WORK FOR FOOD with Nobel Peace Laureate Desmond TuTu during his visit to the University of Michigan.
Steve with Mary Sue Coleman, President of the University of Michigan. The President's and Provost's Offices provided WILL WORK FOR FOOD with a $10,000 contribution that helped fund our national launch.
Last winter the WILL WORK FOR FOOD Team brought Hansel Otero, M.D. and Sally Najera, R.N. to speak in Ann Arbor about their work abroad with Doctors Without Borders. At the event we presented them with a check for the first $5,000 we raised.
Steve introducing WILL WORK FOR FOOD to actor and activist Brad Pitt at the 2008 Clinton Global Initiative for Universities in New Olreans.
Dr. Rick Hodes serves as a board member of WILL WORK FOR FOOD. Dr. Rick has worked in Ethiopia for over 20 years. He has been recognized for his work as a CNN Hero and he is the subject of a recent HBO Documentary.