Meet Our Interns!

We have some new friendly faces at Baltimore Hunger Project this fall… meet our current interns!

Zoe Kazanzides

Zoe Kazanzides is a senior at Dulaney High School. She’s looking forward interning at the Baltimore Hunger Project because she is interested in political science, public policy, and working for a non-profit organization. For her AP Research class, she is researching the impact of homelessness on Baltimore County students. Food insecurity is a problem that the Baltimore Hunger Project works to alleviate, and Zoe is happy to be a part of its efforts. 

Zoe’s hobbies include singing, acting, reading, and writing. She is an alum of the Children’s Chorus of Maryland where she sang and learned music theory for eight years. Zoe enjoys participating in various volunteer activities through Key Club at her school and she is grateful for the opportunity to become more deeply involved in volunteer work!

Taylor Parker

Taylor is a Senior at Towson University studying Sociology & Anthropology with a concentration in Criminal Justice and a minor in Human Rights & History. Her interest in human rights first began when she was studying how various minority groups were marginalized within the Criminal Justice System. Soon, Taylor realized how groups are impacted on the foundational level of human rights, leading her to add the Human Rights and History minor to her studies. 

During this time at Baltimore Hunger Project, Taylor hopes to dive deeper into the issues of food insecurity, particularly in relation to youth within the Baltimore community. She also hopes to gain professional experience, learning to work within a team, compile research, and aid in implementing new ideas within the organization. As Taylor approaches the end of her undergraduate career, she aims to begin Law School in Fall 2024 and put her knowledge of the Criminal Justice System and human rights to use within the legal profession. 

In her free time, you can usually find Taylor cooking for her friends and family, leading her sorority sisters as President, or binge-watching shows on Netflix! Something you may not know about Taylor is she is a huge history buff, always watching historical movies and television shows! 

Sadie Rosenfield

Sadie Rosenfeld is a Senior at Pikesville High School and is planning on studying Food Science in college. She is passionate about STEM and loves taking her Engineering, Chemistry, and Math electives. Sadie runs the Key Club at her school, as well as being a part of her National Honor Society, Jewish Student Union, and she participates in sports. When provided with the opportunity to be in her school’s internship program, Sadie knew Baltimore Hunger Project would be a perfect way to combine her love for food science and passion for helping others, as she would be able to get involved with her community and help make a difference.

Outside of school, Sadie likes to cook and bake, spend time with friends, and watch sports with her family. With participation in this internship, she hopes to gain more knowledge about how food insecurity affects her community, and learn how non-profits are working to combat these issues.

Margaret Young

Margaret Young is a Senior at Dulaney High School and is planning on studying Psychology in college. She is passionate about science and humanities and enjoys taking interesting electives such as Research, Journalism, and Astronomy, as well as participating in clubs, honors societies, and Allied Sports. When first given the opportunity to be a part of the internship program at her school, Margaret immediately thought of Baltimore Hunger Project as her mom has been volunteering with the organization for a few years prior and has shared her amazing experiences.

Outside of school, Margaret enjoys thrift shopping for her clothes, listening to Taylor Swift, and hanging out with friends. With this internship, she hopes to learn about non-profits, food insecurity, and overall, about a successful business.