Sara Langone’s work with the Hunt Institute focuses on designing and conducting qualitative research projects at an organizational and community level on topics related to the Hunt Institute’s three pillars of food systems, infrastructure and inclusive economy. Langone’s qualitative approach provides rich, contextualized insight that helps enable the Institute and its partners to better understand communities and create bottom-up solutions to systemic issues.
As an undergraduate, Langone received the awards for Outstanding Student in Organizational Communication and Outstanding Student in the Corporate Communications and Public Affairs Honors Program at Southern Methodist University. Langone is also a member of the Kappa Tau Alpha Honor Society. Langone graduated from Southern Methodist University in 2017 with bachelor’s degrees in political science and corporate communications and public affairs.
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