Veronica Limeberry, a doctoral student at American University School of International Service, holds an MA in Gender and Diversity Studies and an MPA in Economic Planning and Development. She is the founder of an Appalachian non-profit that provides education and outreach to promote food justice and regional seed biodiversity conservation. She has advocated at the UN for rural women's roles in hunger eradication and completed a Fulbright Research Fellowship in India, working with women and indigenous farmers across the country. Her research interests are understanding the intersections of regionalism, state sovereignty, and grassroots movements.
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- Fulbright Research Fellow, 2015-2016, US-India Education Foundation, Navdanya Institute of Science, Technology, and Ecology
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