Nutrition Hubs: Building Healthy, Hunger-Free Schools in King County, Washington
Nutrition Hubs: Building Hunger- Free Schools in King County is a guide for increasing students’ access to school meals that outlines a method of collaboration between AmeriCorps members, community organizations, school districts, and private funders.
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Publication tags: Field Reports - Domestic Federal Nutrition Programs, National School Lunch Program (NSLP), School Breakfast Program (SBP), Summer Nutrition Programs (SFSP and NSLP) - Policymakers, School Staff
Originally from Sharon, Massachusetts, Rachel graduated from the University of Vermont with a degree in anthropology. At UVM, she interned at a transitional living program for domestic violence survivors, helped evaluate clients’ needs around food insecurity, and wrote an undergraduate thesis on the role of food for survivors of domestic violence. She was also an active member of UVM’s Slade Hall, an intentional living community dedicated to environmental activism and horizontal leadership. Rachel has also worked with children in farm-based environmental education settings and community farms.
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