Anginette Fullerton, a student at the Moody Bible Institute, spent one year
abroad as an intern at the Doulos Discovery School in Jarabacoa, DR. After
visiting the Spirit Mountain coffee plantation, she felt inspired to learn more
about coffee, and the people who grow it. Through a college term paper,
Anginette discovered vital information about the growth, processing,
exportation, and economics of coffee. She also interviewed Chad Wallace (owner
of Spirit Mountain) and Celestino Perez (Spirit Mountain plantation manager) who
helped her delve deeper into understanding.
Having finished her research paper, Anginette feels inspired to share her knowledge and educate consumers about the coffee they drink. Upon returning to the United States, she plans to work at the coffee shop on her college campus -- the perfect place to educate coffee drinkers, share experiences, and take steps in changing the coffee market for the better.
at Spirit Mountain
University of Toronto, Canada