Adam Fischer serves as the Young Adult Intern with the Enough for Everyone Program. His position with Enough for Everyone blends Adam’s passion for justice and living in a responsible way. Adam enjoys working with church congregations and groups of individuals to develop more responsible, just, equitable, sustainable, and environmentally honoring means of living which honor God’s call to abundant life for all. He graduated from Louisville Seminary’s M.Div. program in 2007 and is presently working on a Master of Theology with a focus on environmental justice and eco-theology.
Melanie Hardison serves as the Associate for Enough for Everyone in the Presbyterian Hunger Program of the PC(USA). She lives, works and plays in Louisville, Kentucky. Melanie enjoys cooking, gardening, walking, hiking, reading, dancing, sunshine, art, music and time with loved ones.