Leading Food Dignity

Why Us?

Authors

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.5304/jafscd.2018.08A.026

Keywords:

Food Dignity, Leadership, Funding, Reflection

Abstract

First paragraph:

Together, Christine Porter, Gayle Woodsum, and Monica Hargraves led the action and research project called Food Dignity to its close, seven years after it began in 2011. Though playing this role could not be a surprise for Christine, who was principal investigator, the three of us doing it together was not part of the original leadership plan. In this three-voiced essay, we aim to answer the question, “Why us?”...

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Author Biographies

Monica Hargraves, Cornell University

Associate Director for Evaluation Partnerships, Cornell Office for Research on Evaluation

Christine M. Porter, University of Wyoming

Associate Professor and Wyoming Excellence Chair of Community and Public Health; Food Dignity Principal Investigator; Division of Kinesiology & Health

Gayle M. Woodsum, Action Resources International; Feeding Laramie Valley

President/CEO, Action Resources International; community-university liaison, Food Dignity; founder, Feeding Laramie Valley

Published

2018-07-18

How to Cite

Hargraves, M., Porter, C. M., & Woodsum, G. M. (2018). Leading Food Dignity: Why Us?. Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Community Development, 8(A), 27–31. https://doi.org/10.5304/jafscd.2018.08A.026

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Section

Food Dignity Introductions

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