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Interviews with Professionals

These links hold a unique, passionate, well-informed roster of interviewees. They include community leaders leaders, farmers, community planners, registered dietitians, healthcare professionals, and others fostering a culture of health.


Clancy Cash Harrison is a strong advocate and dietitian striving to reduce hunger and food insecurity for all families! She was a star on the Nourished Child Podcast with Jill Castle. Listen to the recording


Sam Kass, the former White House Chef and Senior Policy Advisor for Nutrition, speaks about the importance of feeding kids well in this TEDtalk


Chef Ann Cooper shares her thoughts about school nutrition in this list of videos


Good Food Cheap is a cookbook created for those on the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). Each recipe was created under the assumption that people receive 4 dollars a day from this program. You can watch this interview of the author. Google staff interviewed her in this 50-minute presentation.


The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation holds First Friday Google Hangouts presentations about developing issues in health, nutrition, and food safety. The series started on February 6, 2015 and focused on food safety. The videos are recorded, posted at the bottom of this website and labeled as the "First Friday Hangout Archive". During the live shows, all questions were tweeted and contained the hashtag, #RWJF1stFri.


Dr. David Katz, a doctor advocating for preventative medicine, speaks eloquently about a healthy diet and its preventative abilities during this interview (*Note: You must register for free before listening).  Here is another extended podcast interview with him.


How can you shape food policy with community efforts? Listen to the Environmental Working Groups Google Hangout recording to see how it’s done and what resources are available. 


NOTE: More Interviews with Health Professionals are listed within our most recent Nutrition News Nibbles E-Newsletter. This resource is archived, here.