Sarah Reinhardt is a Senior Analyst for food systems and health in the Food & Environment Program at the Union of Concerned Scientists. She stresses that health professionals should reduce their need to offer advice and answers when curiosity and good questions are way more powerful.
Get ready for a conversation around the school food politics. Breanna Gustafson, the Director of Marketing for NxtGen Network and Assistant Editor for Served Digizine™, is working to destigmatize and increase participation in school meal programs across the country.
Author, keynote and TEDx speaker, and founder of the Food Dignity Project Clancy Harrison discusses her unique perspective on discovering your role within the food security space. She shares a bit of her playbook that is both full of love and what she learned along the way.
April Schetler is a beautiful person and incredible registered dietitian. She acts as the Assistant Vice President of Community Health Engagement at Virtua Health and chair of the Virtua Community Health Institute. Talking about the ins-and-outs of her mobile grocery store serving the neediest in South Jersey leaves Clancy in tears.
Jennifer Reed’s entire career, as a registered dietitian, has been dedicated to a client-centered approach to diabetes education. Someone who knows what it’s like to grow up on food stamps, she is on a mission to dignify and normalize healthy food access for everyone.
Kelly Gibbons is the Community Outreach and Social Justice Programs Coordinator in the Shoval Center for Community Engagement at King’s College. She shares stories of courage, belonging, and how giving back opens your eyes, hearts, and minds.
Registered dietitian, exercise physiologist, consultant, and TV and multi-media star Dr. Felicia Stoler talks about her experience with food insecurity as an advocate but also as someone who lived it. She shares how helping a family in need impacted her and changed her perspective. Plus, you don’t want to miss her tips on how to connect with your elected officials to create the change you want to see in this world.
Rick Burnette, co-founder and Technical Director of Cultivate Abundance, discusses “food solidarity” with us. His non-profit strives to feed food insecure, immigrant farm workers. The amount of money these workers make depends on how much they can pick. How many tons of tomatoes per day do they need to harvest to receive minimum wage? Listen to find out. The answer will surprise you.
Kate Scarlata is a registered dietitian, gastrointestinal expert and author of countless books on digestive issues. Clancy speaks to her about the ins-and-outs of her #EndHungerPain initiative and media tour shedding light on food insecurity in her area of practice. You won’t want to miss it!