Neslie Tumulac is an accounting student based in Orange County, CA, who is primarily interested in supporting “good food” organizations and businesses. She currently works as a Receptionist / Accounting Clerk at Earthpack.
She also enjoys traveling and has lived in various parts of the world including Las Vegas, NV; Los Angeles, CA; Honolulu, HI; Everett, WA; Naples, Italy; and Yokosuka, Japan.
Local food systems, urban agriculture, food and agriculture policies, urban design, local businesses, urban environmental policies, business & consumer trends, food & drinks, online media, technology, travel.
National University Masters in Accountancy
Whittier College B.A. in Urban Ecology - a self-designed program studying the human relationship with the built and natural environments.
Senior research: A Case Study of Urban Agriculture in Los Angeles - anaylzing the Earthworks Community Farm in South El Monte, CA in context with the U.S. Urban Agriculture history in the 20th and 21st centuries.
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American News Report
01/02/2012 - Possible Breakthrough in Research about Chronic Pain Gene
12/16/2011 - Scientists Discover “Master Switch” to Stop Cancer Growth
Quaker Campus newspaper at Whittier College
04/14/2011 - Annual Asian Night on campus
04/14/2011 - Bad planning, low student turnout
03/17/2011 - Japanese disasters shake students’ emotions
03/10/2011 - Nutrition minor may be offered to students
02/10/2011 - Your ultimate Uptown bar guide
11/11/2010 - McKibben tops off “Poets go green” campaign
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