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Food as Prescription: Reframing How We Address Food Insecurity

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MARCH 3, 2002
11:30 am - 12:45 pm
LIVE WEBINAR
301-715-8592
774623
942 9599 3611
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Mamie Sackey Harris
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MAMIE SACKEY HARRIS

Mamie Sackey Harris, MS, MPH, is the Food Security Supervisor at the Office of Policy & Prevention for the  Mecklenburg County Public Health Department (MCPH).  She leads, coordinates, and evaluates food security programs and initiatives.  She is also Adjunct Assistant Professor in the Public Health Leadership program at the UNC Chapel Hill Gillings School of Global Public Health.

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Neal Curran
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NEAL CURRAN

Neal Curran serves as the Director of Food Programs at Reinvestment Partners, a 501(c)(3) organization fostering healthy and just communities by empowering people, improving places, and influencing policy.  Neal has worked in food production, distribution, and nutrition assistance since 2008, and works closely with a broad range of partners (including MCPH) to improve health across all aspects of the food system.

A WEBINAR SERIES BY THE ACADEMY FOR POPULATION HEALTH INNOVATION

The APHI Innovations in Public Health Series brings health and human services practitioners, researchers, and students together
for dialogue, professional development, and engagement.  The series is designed to address priority areas and emerging issues facing our
communities and to build critical skills for evidence-based practice.  APHI, the Academy for Population Health Innovation,
is a collaborative effort of Mecklenburg County Public Health and the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.  

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