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She never thought of herself as a leader. Twenty feet away is market manager Lee Gann. Victoria and Josh Hensley at their May graduation.

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Hensley is a farmer and a grass-roots activist. You have to believe you can do it. Nov 08th, Inspiring Environment. And for her, those statistics had faces and names. But Josh Hensley did.

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High Pointers noticed. You have to take initiative and go places where you feel uncomfortable.

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She was taking a class with Dr. Jenn Brandt, and Brandt noticed that Victoria thought more like an advocate than a student. Hensley got to know those statistics.

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And in High Point, one out of every four children go hungry. So, Hensley got busy. In September, she got married in Waynesville, North Carolina, at an outdoor wedding where the Great Smoky Mountains loomed large just beyond the trees. Josh is her husband. As she worked, often in her camouflage ball cap and jeans, she earned the trust and respect of residents who looked much different than her. But this is becoming my home. Thank you.

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Of her three sisters, Hensley is considered the shy one. Victoria and Josh Hensley on their wedding day.

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Hensley did harvest much from her HPU education. Whenever customers ask, she tells them the same thing.

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In doing so, Hensley helps High Pointers connect, eat healthier, make a little extra money and stoke their community pride in a section of the city where hope, progress and grocery stores seem far away. Because of her work, Hensley was honored last month as one of 10 alums under 30 making a difference. He knew why. This helps me stay out of trouble. Local resident, Rory Chavis, will soon start growing tomatoes and other vegetables in one of the greenhouses — a greenhouse he helped the non-profit, High Point Community Against Violence, build. But he knew how meaningful the project could be.

She sees High Point as her new home. Harman is a High Pointer.

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He wanted her to turn vacant lots into farmland. At HPU, Josh told her all the time she had leadership in her. Hensley is proud of that because she does feel rooted. Like her work in the garden, life has been busy for Hensley. Hensley graduated two years ago with a business degree with a minor in anthropology and marketing.

In one lot, neighbors filled garbage bags.

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When Brandt heard Victoria was still exploring her options after graduation, she told her to see Dr. Joe Blosser, the Robert G. He ased her to work with the Hayden-Harman Foundation to see if she could coax people to plant a community garden. He had gotten interested in finding ways to revitalize his hometown, and last fall, he created a position for Hensley. His great grandfather started North State Telephone more than a century ago. The two began dating in college.

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Hensley is a first-generation American, raised in a suburb outside of San Francisco, the youngest of three daughters born to parents who see Africa as their first home. And she does dig in the dirt. Who knew? Meanwhile, kids have jumped in to help Hensley.

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He had worn it on job interviews, to his first meeting with the Student Government Association and his first speech when he was running for SGA President last spring.