Seona first encountered PlenitudPR through a community-based learning course focused on rainwater harvesting systems with Drexel University in December 2019, and she immediately connected with the community and mission of the organization. She served as an AmeriCorps VISTA for the organization as an administrative systems developer (2020) and local food systems coordinator (2021). She supports digital communications and social media (@PlenitudPR), coordinating local produce for Plenitud’s Amo Mis Abus program and organizing events and workshops at the Community Center. She can often be found engaging in conversation, practicing yoga, or jumping at any opportunity for an adventure!
Puerto Rico currently imports 85% of its food, which results in environmental pollution, loss of cultural identity connected to local food and cooking, and epidemics of nutrition-related diseases. Plenitud PR is looking to change that.
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