Jacqueline Munno is programs manager for international & professional experience at the Yale Sustainable Food Program. Since joining the then-Project in 2009, Jacqueline has been committed to placing Yale students and alumni at the helm of the ever-changing food system. She envisions, develops, and manages a range of extramural programs, particularly international and pre-professional experiences, for students across academic disciplines. Jacqueline organizes education events at the Yale Farm and manages the wood-fired hearth oven. Before coming to Yale, Jacqueline received a M.A. in Food Culture from Slow Food’s University of Gastronomic Sciences in Parma, Italy, and a B.A. in French Studies and International Affairs from the University of New Hampshire. She came to the Project from Navdanya, a network of seed-keepers and organic producers in New Delhi, India, where she was an assistant to Dr. Vandana Shiva. Jacqueline is an Affiliate Member of the New Haven Food Policy Council, a Senior Fellow of the Environmental Leadership Program, a member of Les Dames d’Escoffier International and proud to be a Pierson College Fellow. Jacqueline is a home cook with Armenian roots who loves feeding people.