Jaqueline Hess is a Development Associate at PATH San Diego, who oversees PATH’s food program, donations, and volunteers. As a college student, she joined the fight against hunger and studied food insecurity at a global level and within the United States. Jaqueline graduated from SDSU with her Bachelor’s in Political Science. As an AmeriCorps VISTA member, she served one year of national service working to remove barriers to food assistance for homeless individuals, which reaffirmed her passion for food justice and poverty relief. For the past six years, she has been dedicated to fighting hunger in San Diego and believes that access to healthy food is a human right.