About the Podcast:

TEDx speaker and founder of the Food Dignity Project Clancy Cash Harrison has been opening her food pantry’s doors and her heart to those who suffer from chronic hunger for the past 10+ years. She won't stop until nourishing food and economic security is provided for all. She asks listeners to acknowledge that food insecurity is an ongoing problem that won't be gone after the COVID-19 pandemic.



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Her #1 tip to improve access to healthy food:

We all can roll-up our sleeves, judge less, and help the cause.

About Clancy Harrison:

As a registered dietitian, TEDx speaker, international speaker, and author, Clancy Harrison challenges the way food insecurity is approached in the US. Her mission to demolish the stigma around healthy food access places her on the cutting edge of advocacy.  

Clancy is the founder of the Food Dignity® Project, a strategic program for leaders who want to shift how they approach nutrition outreach by making healthy food access a priority. She transforms the lives of thousands of people through her work with corporations, non-profit organizations, and universities.

 Currently, Clancy is an advisory board member for the Pennsylvania American Academy of Pediatrics Food Insecurity EPIC program, Ambassador of the National Dairy Council, and the President of the Al Beech West Side Food Pantry.  Since the onset of COVID-19 Clancy has distributed nearly 1 million meals in her community to improve access to healthy food through effective collaborations.

Discussion Takeaways:

  • We need feeding programs more than ever. But, people have always needed food. Hunger existed before, during and will be around long after the COVID-19 pandemic.

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