Miriam Lipschutz, Director of Advocacy

Miriam is originally from the suburbs of Boston, but doesn’t let sport rivals get in the way of her love for living in Philadelphia! Miriam received her B.S. in Animal Science from the University of Vermont, where she was involved with her Challah for Hunger chapter for three years. After UVM, she served as a Repair the World fellow in Brooklyn, volunteering with local food justice organizations. She is currently working towards earning her Master’s of Public Policy at Temple University. In her spare time, Miriam likes to get outdoors on her bike, snowboard, or hiking boots.