The Challenge 2050 Project at the University of Florida

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Sarah Holley

Holley-blackwhiteSarah is a fourth year Food and Resource Economics major, focusing in international economics. She will be staying a fifth year at the University of Florida to complete her masters in Food and Resource Economics. In addition to being a Challenge 2050 Scholar, she is involved in Greek Life on campus. She currently serves as the Chapter President for her sorority Alpha Chi Omega. Both positions have really encouraged her to come into her own as a student leader on campus. After graduation, she hopes to one day live in Washington D. C. and hold a position at the USDA. Before this, however, she is considering serving with the Peace Corps in Central America. One of her greatest passions in life is to help those in need. The Peace Corps helps those who are struggling by equipping them with one of the most powerful tools, education. Sarah feels it would be an honor to work for such an organization.