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Florida Food Forum: Food Politics

  • 31 Jan 2020
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • Microsoft teams link below or +1 941-306-1146 United States, Sarasota (Toll); Conference ID: 642 110 014#

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+1 941-306-1146 United States, Sarasota (Toll); Conference ID: 642 110 014#

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Florida Food Forum - January's Topic:
Food Politics: The Role of Policy in the Food System

Join us from 12-1pm on Friday, January 31st, for the Florida Food Forum on "Food Politics: The Role of Policy in the Food System" with guest presenter Anthony Olivieri. Following the presentation will be a discussion and Q&A session.


Bio: Anthony Olivieri, Chair of the Development Committee at the Florida Food Policy Council, is the founder of FHEED LLC (Food for Health, the Environment, Economy & Democracy), has a Masters in Urban & Regional Planning from FAU (2011) with a focus on community food systems, and a certificate in Geographic Information Systems (GIS). His specialties are geographic assessments of food and health disparities, program design for healthy food access initiatives, and public speaking about health equity. In addition to his consultancy, Anthony was a full-time instructor with the School of Urban and Regional Planning at Florida Atlantic University, where he developed and taught the region’s first urban planning course on community food systems (2014-2016). A Fort Lauderdale resident since 1998, Anthony is originally from Cambridge, Massachusetts and has a B.A. in psycholinguistics from the University of Southern California (1994).


Forum Host: Dell deChant is the Associate Chair of the Religious Studies Department at the University of South Florida and a member of the Board of Directors at the Florida Food Policy Council.


Disclaimer: The views of the presenters do not represent the views of the Florida Food Policy Council. We are a forum for the offering and sharing of information and encourage diversity and communication within the food system.


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