Addressing Food Insecurity: 
A Community-Driven Approach

Thursday, February 2, 2023
1pm – 2:30pm, Central time

Over 34 millions of Americans, including 9 million children, experience food insecurity every year. Many types of communities face hunger, but rural, African American, Latino, and Native American communities experience the highest rates of food insecurity. 

Community collaboratives across the country are banding together to help ensure vulnerable families and children have enough to eat. Focusing on areas of high food insecurity risk, collaboratives build distribution programs so that healthcare organizations can refer patients to local food programs.

In our upcoming webinar, our panelists will share how they’ve launched strategic interventions to improve access to nutritious food in their communities. 

ASL interpretation will be provided for this webinar. 

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Angie Vincent


Sr. Manager, Health Care Quality

Aetna Better Health Louisiana

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Savannah Cleveland  (She/Her)

Manager, Community Engagement




Megan Seal, RDN, LD (She/Her)

Director of Community Initiatives

Idaho Food Bank

Julia Groenfeldt

Julia Groenfeldt (She/Her)

Program Manager 

Institute for Public Health Innovation



Jody Perry (She/Her)

Client Resource & Technology Manager

Kids' Meals



Rachel Jones (She/Her)

SNAP-Ed Educator

University of Minnesota- Extension


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