Food Systems Intern | Garden Club Coordinator
Gina Anderson graduated in 2014 from Abilene Christian University (ACU) with a Bachelor of Science degree in Agricultural Business and aminor in Environmental Studies. It was at ACU that Gina was able to co-lead lifegroups on mission trips to Cambodia and Uganda. In Cambodia she worked with sex trafficking victims and built working toilets for families. Through her trips, she was able to discover her desire to provide food for others through community farming. From her passion for Jesus she is “hungry to learn about His earth and how to sustain it for the future as well as teach others how to do the same.”
After World Hunger Relief, Ginawould like to serve the poor. Hunger issues around the world tug on her heart and she would love to provide food for others and to teach people how to do sustainable agriculture so that they can sustain their own food supply and feed their families. She may do this by having her own community garden and/or working through an organization such as Samaritan’s Purse, which goes to remote villages to help families learn sustainable agriculture skills.