Margot Nitschke

Margot first joined The Campus Kitchens Project as a student leader at St. Lawrence University and stayed connected to CKP as an Alumni Advisor. Previously, she wrote and managed grants for DC Central Kitchen’s development team. Margot is an alumna of the Emerson National Hunger Fellowship, where she designed a racial-equity advocacy framework and built the capacity of grassroots nonprofits to manage volunteers and donations. She also enjoys printmaking and running.

The Power of Community
I feel as though I must begin this blog post by acknowledging that there are still at least 700 cases of separated families. It does
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Why I’ll be voting: Aubree Pierce
CKP Staff GOTV Updates
Voting means something to me. Why? Voting is not only a way for my voice to be heard, but it is a way to hold
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