Junior, Interning in Rome, Contributes Article to Her Hometown Newspaper
March 30, 2012
"Starting in 1993 as WFP’s first female land-side logistics officer and now serving as deputy chief of shipping, American-born Judith Thimke is a beacon for women who have climbed the ranks of WFP from the ground up," writes Anastasia Way in her hometown newspaper, the Buffalo Grove Countryside of suburban Chicago. A communication and English (writing) double major and Media Fellow at DePauw, Way is in Rome, Italy working as an intern at the United National World Food program.
"(Way) has participated with many teams at the UN helping those less fortunate all over the world, with her focal point being in Africa," notes the introduction to DePauw student's article on the World Food program’s Judith Thimke.
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