Adrienne Wilson '07

Adrienne has dedicated her life to ending wellness disparity. Adrienne graduated from Georgetown University in May 2018 with her master’s in Global Hospitality Leadership and then moved back to her hometown, Los Angeles, to continue her mission of spreading nutritional awareness. She is Founder, CEO, and Executive Chef of Feed Our Soul, a non-profit fighting food insecurity in Black-American neighborhoods, and more so, a movement sharing the power of locally sourced food through hydroponic garden installations, nutritional programs (Food Foundations Coaching), and CHIP (Community Health Impact Programs).

Adrienne leads by example, fulfilling their purpose statement everyday: “To build a strong community of health-conscious people who will break the cycle of food insecurity and develop a foundation of healthy habits for future generations, by using practical tools through the education of nutritional wellness and the use of natural ingredients to improve the overall well-being.”
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