Alida Duncan is the Development & Communications Director for Hunger Free Vermont. Alida develops and leads the organization’s strategic fundraising, marketing, and communications plan. With a long-standing interest in sustainable community development, Alida is thrilled to be part of an organization that takes a systemic approach to ending hunger and malnutrition in Vermont.
Alida received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology from Smith College, attended the Middlebury Language School for Spanish, and holds Certificates in both Nonprofit Management from Champlain College and Personal Leadership from Columbia Business School. Alida currently sits on the Board of Directors of the Vermont Caribbean Institute. Prior to joining Hunger Free Vermont, she worked at Affordable Housing Associates in Berkeley, CA and with the Burlington/Bilwi (Puerto Cabezas) Sister City Program.