Wynona is a research assistant at the World Food Policy Center, exploring the nexus of food systems, climate change, and sustainability. She is a Master of Environmental Management candidate at the Nicholas School, concentrating on business and energy. As an undergrad, she was conferred a dual degree in Environmental Science and Public Policy by Duke and Duke Kunshan University. Her food-relevant experiences include doing life cycle analysis (LCA) and market research for food social enterprises, conducting a brief literature review on Asparagopsis Taxiformis, and running a community project addressing food waste using Black Solder Flies. Her research interests center around mitigating greenhouse gases in the food system.
Wynona Eurj CuramingGraduate Research Assistant