Meet Aloha Harvest Intern, Laurel Tamayo. Laurel is a sophomore at Chapman University studying Environment Science with a minor in Documentary Film. She has a passion for helping to save the environment and giving to those in need. In the office, Laurel helps maintain our agency board—a list of all social service agencies who receive quality, excess food from Aloha Harvest. She also helps with our social media, particularly our new #FreshFoodFactFriday segment, which provides information on food’s shelf life. In Laurel’s free time, she manages a social media campaign advocating to eliminate the use of plastic straws at Chapman University. We are so grateful to have Laurel’s help this summer!