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Danielle Gallegos is a Professor in Nutrition and Dietetics at the Queensland University of Technology. With over 30 years of experience, Danielle continues to contribute significantly to public health nutrition work - particularly in the areas of food security, food literacy and early childhood care. Danielle is the Director of the Woolworths Cent…
 
Professor Amanda Lee, of Public Health Policy in the Faculty of Medicine’s School of Public Health at the University of Queensland and Affiliate Professor at the UQ Poche Centre for Indigenous Health. Amanda is a Senior Adviser with The Australian Prevention Partnership Centre, an Adjunct Professor at Curtin University, Griffith University and the …
 
Khia De Silva is the Nutrition Manager at the Arnhem Land Progress Aboriginal Corporation (ALPA). In this episode Khia talks about working as a nutritionist embedded within a retail environment to support the implementation of the ALPA Health and Nutrition strategy across ALPA’s retail businesses in top end Australia. We talk about balancing nutrit…
 
Maree Thomson is the Managing Director for Hidden Harvest, a local food waste organisation. In this episode Maree talks through their advocacy work with Hidden Harvest, transforming the problem of food waste into delicious opportunities and serving up tasty insights into how we can cook up positive change in our kitchens at home. For all things Hid…
 
Miranda Chester is a the School Breakfast Program coordinator at Food Bank Western Australia where she's been working for the last 14 years. In this episode, Miranda talks about how the Healthy Food for All nutrition team at Food Bank WA integrates within the larger organisation, particularly through the various Food Sensations Food and Nutrition L…
 
Miranda Chester is a the School Breakfast Program coordinator at Food Bank Western Australia where she's been working for the last 14 years. In this episode, Miranda talks about how the Healthy Food for All nutrition team at Food Bank integrates within the larger organisation, particularly the School Breakfast Program and Superhero Foods. Look out …
 
Dr. Stephanie Godrich is a senior lecturer at Edith Cowen University. Stephanie talks about the South West Food Community Project which is all about coordinating work in the food security space as a way to address this complex and wicked problem. Steph also gives an insight into her 16 years of experience working as a public health nutritionist in …
 
Dr. Katherine Cullerton is a Research Fellow in the School of Public Health at the University of Queensland. Katherine has extensive experience working in in a range of public health sectors and settings in Australia and in the UK. Her current research focuses on why evidence doesn’t translate into policy and how advocates can better shape nutritio…
 
Gina talks about her work as a public health dietitian working closely with community members and other key stakeholders in remote Central Australian Aboriginal communities. Gina emphasises embedding research into practice, the role of capacity building within the nutrition arena, and community ownership and empowerment within food and nutrition st…
 
Tina Gingell talks about her PhD which uses participatory action methods to involve people with lived refugee experiences and those who are newly arrived to Australia to investigate ways of improving their community's food security through better access to cultural foods. Tina also provides insight into her learnings of working collboratively with …
 
Dr. Amy Carrad talks about the Strengthening Local Food Systems Governance project mapping local government policies in NSW and Victoria related to healthy, sustainable, and equitable food systems. Amy also provides some recommendations on how we may be able to empower local governments to take more action in this space. Find out more about the Aus…
 
Mel talks about her time working with First Nations communities co-desiging and delivering food and nutrition program within her role at Children’s Ground. Along the way, Mel reflects on some of her best moments and biggest learnings giving us an opportunity to consider participatory approaches to community and public health nutrition. Find out mor…
 
Berbel talks about her collective action work at Food Fairness Illawarra and how championing local food has contributed to fairer, more sustainable and more resilient food systems. Berbel details the latest FFI projects including updating the website and the new online Wollongong Farmers Market as well as giving an insight into her learning of how …
 
Ben talks about the food summit project addressing food security in the Northern Territory and his different roles over the years highlighting both the best moments and biggest challenges along the way. Further Food Summit content can be found here http://www.amsant.org.au/food-summit/ CONTACT US Send us your thoughts or questions about the episode…
 
Public Health Nutrition from Foodies in the Field is a podcast showcasing stories and projects from diverse, dynamic and fascinating Public Health Nutritionists & Foodies. It will give you an insight into what public health nutrition is and all the creative and exciting work being done in the space to inspire new connections, new ideas and even new…
 
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