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Hunger and Environmental Nutrition (HEN) DPG Speaker Bureau members are passionate, dedicated professionals in search of opportunities to share their experience and expertise in a variety of topic areas including local food in institutional settings, domestic and international hunger, and environmental sustainability in the dietetics field.
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To connect with one of these talented speakers or for more information about the HEN Speaker Bureau List or HEN Speaker Bureau Grants, please contact HEN Speaker Bureau Ambassador, Lacy Stephens, MS, RDN at lacy.n.stephens@gmail.com. HEN members interested in joining the HEN Speaker Bureau should also contact the HEN Speaker Bureau Ambassador.
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Last NameFirst NameStateTop Three Areas of Speaking Expertise*
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Altman-Traub MS, RDN, LDNMelissaPAPlant Based DietsFood InsecurityService Learning in Higher Education
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Burke PhD, RD, LDJoanneNHSustainable Food SystemsFood InsecurityRace Equity and Food Justice
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CadenheadJenniferNYFood InsecurityMaternal and Child NutritionMinority Health Disparities
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Clinton RD, LDNStaciaMASustainable Food SystemsSustainability in Institutional Food ServiceAntibiotics in Agriculture / Clinician Policy Engagement
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Coakley, MSPH, RDNHannah LTNMindfulness, Yoga, and NutritionNutrition & InflammationInnovative Uses of Technology in Nutrition/Food Systems Programs
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Dierks RDN, LDLisaMNSustainable, Resilient and Healthy Food and Water Systems Standards of Professional Performance
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Doher RDLilyMIPlant Based Diets Food InsecurityChild Nutrition
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French MS, RD, CDEGerriCASustainable Food SystemsFood Waste ReductionLocal Food
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Giffin MS, RD, CDAmanda (Amy)WISustainable Food SystemsSlow Food InitiativesAny
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Gormley MSPH, RDCandicePASchool NutritionNutrition PolicySocial Justice
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Haritan MS, RDLeahCAIndustrialized Agriculture and the EnvironmentFood Insecurity (Domestic and Global)
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Jones-Hughes MS RD, LDNJessicaMASustainable Food SystemsFairtrade and International TradeAlternative Business Structures
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KrchmaKarenWIHomeopathic Products
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Lee MPHDanielleCASustainable Food SystemsSustainable FoodserviceInstitutional Nutrition & Sustainable Food Policies
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Lindsey PhD, RD, LDNGlendaMDSustainable Food Systems Food InsecurityObesity and Food Insecurity
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MarshallMichelleILFood InsecurityFood Banking
Food Insecurity and Health Outcomes
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McCullum-Gomez PhD, RDN, LD ChristineTXGenetically Engineered FoodsFood JusticeCommunity-based Participatory Research/Community Food Security
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McKercher MS, RDNStephanieCOSustainable Food SystemsPlant Based Diets
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Modugno MS, RDBonnieCASustainable Food SystemsDiet and Climate ChangeRegenerative Agriculture
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Monahan DCN, MPH, RDN, LDNLynnPAFood Policy and SustainabilitySustainability Food Service Practices in Higher EducationInfusing Sustainability into Higher Education Curriculum
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NikolausCassandraILFood InsecurityHealth Related BehaviorsSocio-cultural Predictors of Health
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Palmer RDNSharonCASustainable Food SystemsPlant Based Diets Eco-friendly Culinary Practices
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Parenti Lewis MS, RDN, LDNMichelleCOGenetically Engineered FoodsUrban Agriculture and Community GardensMaster Gardener- Growing Fruits and Vegetables
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Rogers RDN, LD, FANDDenineGACommunity GardensFood InsecurityHunger Issues
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Vogliano MS, RD, LDChristopherWANutrition & Food InsecuritySustainable Eating (Vegetarianism, Veganism, etc)Presenting the Pros and Cons of Genetically Modified Organisms
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Wright MS, RDN, LDKcNHHealthy Food and Water SystemsFood InsecurityFood Literary
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*HEN Speaker Bureau Members may have significant speaking expertise beyond what is listed here. For more information please contact HEN Speaker Bureau Ambassador, Lacy Stephens, MS, RDN (lacy.n.stephens@gmail.com).
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