The World Food Prize Foundation announced that Austin Castillo-Leovan has joined its staff as a program coordinator. Castillo-Leovan will be responsible for assisting the director of global programs and partnerships in the coordination, innovation and expansion of the foundation’s youth empowerment and education programs worldwide. Before joining the World Food Prize Foundation, Castillo-Leovan was a program facilitator at Al Exito, where he co-facilitated student-run after-school programs for Latin/Hispanic youths. “Austin brings energy and passion to our team with his experience empowering and engaging our future leaders,” said Barbara Stinson, president of the World Food Prize Foundation, in a news release. Castillo-Leovan said, “I am humbled to be able to be a part of such a dedicated team that develops, inspires, and connects young leaders in the movement to end hunger.”