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Our Work

Repair the World Pittsburgh works to empower individuals to build capacity around food and education issues with our partners.

OUR TEAM

                    • Lydia Bestul

                      Repair the World Pittsburgh Fellow

                    • Lydia Bestul

                      Repair the World Pittsburgh Fellow
                      Lydia joined the Repair the World Fellowship because she believes tikkun olam is an essential part of being Jewish. She has loved learning about it and participating in it throughout her journey to convert to Judaism. Lydia graduated the Franciscan University of Steubenville with a degree in classics, and volunteered with the Jewish Disaster Response Corps and Nechama, rebuilding houses damaged by flooding in San Marcos, Texas.
                    • Phylicia Dashoff

                      Repair the World Pittsburgh Fellow

                    • Phylicia Dashoff

                      Repair the World Pittsburgh Fellow
                      Phylicia studied Creative Writing and rhetoric at Florida Atlantic University. As the philanthropy chairman of her sorority, she was inspired to find fun and creative ways to help others. Advocating for kids to ensure their voices are heard has always been a passion of hers; she loves watching young minds grow, and is constantly impressed by young creativity! Phylicia loves to travel and has been to a total of 8 countries and 18 states.
                    • Max Hill

                      Repair the World Pittsburgh Fellow

                    • Max Hill

                      Repair the World Pittsburgh Fellow
                      Max recently graduated from Tulane University with a degree in History and Psychology. This summer, he’ll be running a garden at Camp Louise through Amir. Max is passionate about food justice because he believes fair food access will save communities money, lessen the environmental impact of food growth, and encourage people to eat healthier. Fun fact: Max can wiggle his ears!
                    • Lani Morris

                      Repair the World Pittsburgh Fellow

                    • Lani Morris

                      Repair the World Pittsburgh Fellow
                      For two summers, Lani worked as an Intern at the Mizel Museum in Denver where she designed curriculum for a traveling exhibit about life cycle events across cultures. This included working on curriculum and design of the exhibit. She’s been going on backpacking trips since she was eight years old, and graduated from University of Puget Sound with a Bachelor’s in Art History and Business.