Julia Herrle ’19, of Wexford, Pennsylvania, graduated magna cum laude in 2019 from the Woodrow Wilson School with certificates in Environmental Studies and in Values and Public Life. The Class of 2018 Frank C. Carlucci ’52 Scholar, she is passionate about improving global food security through sustainable agricultural development and emergency food assistance. Herrle spent the summer of 2017 interning in Nepal at Bioversity International, a global agriculture research-for-development organization, conducting research on the effects of agrobiodiversity on ecosystem services. The previous summer, Herrle taught English in Paris, France. On campus, Herrle was a mentor and the Big Sibs coordinator for Community House Big Sibs, a program that aims to foster relationships between local elementary students and Princeton undergraduate mentors, with the broader goal of working to close Princeton’s minority achievement gap. She was also a project leader and Friendly Visitors volunteer for Meals on Wheel, a supervisor for TigerCall in the Office of Annual Giving, led first year orientation trips as an Outdoor Action leader, and was involved in Princeton Women in Economics and Policy. Julia’s summer 2018 internship at the State Department was in the Office of Global Food Security.