Face Forward: Sixth Annual Conference
Presented by the Maryland Food Access and Nutrition Network
Download conference presentations (pdf files):
- Eat. Play. Learn. USDA After School and Summer Meals
- MD Efforts to Address Senior Hunger
- Policies that Reduce Food Insecurity in Schools
- Vote to End Hunger
- What the New SNAP Time Limits Mean for MD
Download the conference program (pdf).
Keynote Speaker: Dr. Leana Wen, Baltimore City Health Commissioner
September 27, 2016, 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Lowe House Office Building
6 Bladen Street, Annapolis, MD 21401
Tickets purchased before the day of the event are $20. To register, contact Rachel Tucker at 410-528-0021 x6023.
Fighting Hunger in Maryland is an important forum that connects leaders from state and local agencies, nonprofits, schools and advocates to inform, engage, and inspire action to promote equity in food access and nutrition in Maryland. This year’s conference theme, Face Forward, will examine the root causes of hunger and the structural barriers that produce and entrench communities in cyclical poverty as well as look to the future of policies and practices that are designed to make Maryland a more equitable and food-secure state.
Expert presentations and interactive workshops will cover topics including: Federal and State Anti-Hunger Policy and Advocacy, Innovative Program and Policy Design, Food System Approaches to Fighting Hunger, Promoting Racial Equity and Social Justice in the Food System, and many more!
Questions? Contact Rachel Tucker at email@example.com or (410) 528-0021 x6023.
The Maryland Food Access and Nutrition Network (MFANN) is a statewide coalition of non-profit organizations and federal, state and local government agencies focused on using the federal nutrition programs and other proven solutions to connect low-income Marylanders with healthy, affordable food. MFANN is chaired by Maryland Hunger Solutions.