Gabby Levet is a current Masters of Public Health student at George Washington University and a recent graduate of the University of Virginia, where she studied Global Sustainability, Politics and Urban Planning. Her main goal in life is to foster sustainable, equitable food systems. During her time at UVA, Gabby’s interest in food systems began, conducting research with the Cville City farmers market. Upon graduation, Gabby served as a Farmers Market Manager for a few markets in Richmond, VA for a season. Afterwards, Gabby moved to Washington DC to work on public health campaigns, organizing and training students across VA to be advocates for healthy school policies. While in DC, Gabby had the chance to partake in an entrepreneurship training program, learning to combine social change and entrepreneurial strategies under the lens of food justice. Most recently, she returned to Charlottesville to dig deep into this community that matters so much to her and looks forward to contributing to a sustainable, equitable food system here in Charlottesville!