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Florida Food Forum: Youth in the Food System

  • 30 Apr 2021
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • Use the Microsoft Teams link below or dial-in +1 941-306-1146 United States, Sarasota (Toll); Conference ID: 610 480 031#


Florida Food Forum - April's Topic:
Youth in the Food System

Join us online from 12-1pm (EST) on Friday, April 30th, for the Florida Food Forum on "Youth in the Food System." Artha Jonassaint, National Future Farmers of America (FFA) Southern Region Vice President, and Lyrica, Zaira, and Nadira, the CEO's and Founders of Bourne Brilliant LLC, will be discussing their experiences as youth in the food system. Following the presentation will be a discussion and Q&A session.


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+1 941-306-1146 United States, Sarasota (Toll);

Conference ID: 610 480 031#



**How to Join the Webinar**

1. Join online by clicking the link above. 

If you are on a computer: The forum can only be accessed from a Google Chrome browser or by downloading the free Microsoft Teams app.

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2. Join by dialing-in using the phone number and conference ID above.

Note** Please press * (star) then 6 to mute and unmute while on the call from your phone.


Guest Presenter Information: 

Artha K. Jonassaint is a lifelong Floridian with an affinity for rural development & agriculture, and a long-term interest in creating legislation to provide for more equitable food and health systems in the United States. Artha is a sophomore at Harvard College studying Government and Global Health and Health Policy with the intention of attending law school and upon graduation. Prior to matriculating at Harvard, Artha served as the Florida FFA State President, a role dedicated to the promotion of agriculture and agricultural education. Artha is currently taking a leave of absence from Harvard College to serve the 760,000+ members of the National FFA Organization as the National FFA Southern Region Vice President.


Lyrica, Zaira, and Nadira (ages 14, 12, and 10) are the CEO's and Founders of Bourne Brilliant LLC! Together (and with their parents' assistance) they have dedicated their young lives to the advocacy of women, children and families to be a voice for the food injustices that exist in their local communities and beyond. Their involvement in several organizations, events, and platforms provides them with multiple opportunities to give and receive support and to have their voices and passions shared with many other influential persons in the food justice space, as well. They look forward to further opportunities to fellowship with like-minded (or not) individuals from different backgrounds, interests and careers who are dedicated to food and entrepreneurship equality. They want to remain catalysts in the international battle for Access, Affordability, Advocacy and more for those of us focusing on strengthening the youth's connections with self, their community, and healthier food choices. "We are small; yet mighty!"


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.


The Florida Food Forum is a free event and a recording will be made available to the public after the webinar. To support our work, please consider becoming a member or making a donation.

For questions or more information, contact us at: info@flfpc.org


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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