SAVE THE DATE! September 26, 8 am-noon, Sarasota Municipal Auditorium
CHILD HUNGER AND ITS IMPACT AGES 0-5
If you care about or work with children, you will want to join us as we explore the cognitive, emotional and
behavioral foundations that have the greatest impact across a lifespan. Guest speakers and other event details coming soon.
Registration starts August 1, 2017.
• Food insecurity in children 0-5
• The $1.2 billion health care cost
• Marketing influences
• Best practices in other communities
Application has been made for CEUs/CMEs.
For information about sponsoring this event, contact Colleen Reinert at email@example.com or call 941-702-4420.
CHILD HUNGER AND ITS IMPACT
HEALTH • EDUCATION • WORKFORCE READINESS • COMMUNITY
Sarasota has garnered national attention over the 2016 Child Hunger Summit. All Faiths Food Bank is proud to have hosted this leading-edge summit, with nationally recognized speakers and attendees traveling from throughout the state and country.
The startling costs of child hunger and its impact on health, education, workforce readiness and the community, were presented by nationally recognized authorities, who shared experience and insight with professionals from education, medicine, public health, public administration, human services and philanthropy. The 2016 Child Hunger Summit offered participants the chance to spend four hours learning about the lasting impacts of child hunger from four nationally recognized experts. The keynote speaker was Florida Surgeon General Dr. Celeste Philip, and she was joined by a remarkable panel for informative presentations and conversation.
Click on the links below for a PDF of the presentations and food assistance resource guide.
Presentation by Dr. Celeste Philip, MPH, Florida Surgeon General
Presentation by Dr. Sandra Hassink, MS, FAAP, American Academy of Pediatrics, Immediate Past President
Presentation by Jessica Donze Black, RD, MPH, Pew Charitable Trusts
Presentation by Dayle Hayes, MS, RD, Author and Child Nutrition Expert
Special thanks to:
Feeding America chairman Keith Monda and child advocate Linda Monda, honorary chairs of the 2016 Child Hunger Summit, for their dedication to the cause of child hunger.
Our honorary committee and planning committee. Their work and diligence made the 2016 Child Hunger Summit the success it was.
Event supporters and sponsors.
We are grateful to the more than 350 people who attended the 2016 Child Hunger Summit at Sarasota Municipal Auditorium for their passion and commitment to ending child hunger in our community.
If you have comments you would like to share about the 2016 Child Hunger Summit, or recommendations for future summits, please contact Jenna Jones at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hunger Summit Honorary Committee Chairs:
Feeding America Board Chair Keith Monda and child advocate Linda Monda
Meet our distinguished speakers:
Celeste Philip, MD, MPH, Florida Surgeon General
Dr. Philip has served as Deputy Secretary for Health and Deputy State Health Officer for Children’s Medical Services. She is board certified in Family Medicine, Preventive Medicine and Public Health, and serves on the Health Initiatives Committee Advisory Group to the Florida Board of Governors. Dr. Philip also held executive positions at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and American Heart Association’s six-state Greater Southeast Affiliate.
To learn more about Dr. Philip, click here.
Sandra Hassink, MD, MS, FAAP, American Academy of Pediatrics, Immediate Past President
Dr. Hassink is recognized internationally as an expert in child obesity prevention. She is a pediatrician at Nemours/Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children where she founded and directs the weight management program of the Nemours Pediatric Obesity Initiative. She has held several leadership roles with The American Academy of Pediatrics.
To learn more about Dr. Hassink, click here.
Jessica Donze Black, RD, MPH, Pew Charitable Trusts, Kids Safe and Healthful Foods Project
Jessica Black has served as the National Director of the Healthy Schools Program for the Alliance for a Healthier Generation, a joint initiative of the American Heart Association and the William J. Clinton Foundation. In her work there, she led teams in 37 states make healthy and sustainable changes in their environments, policies, and practices.
To learn more about Dr. Black, click here.
Dayle Hayes, MS, RD, Author and Child Nutrition Expert
Dayle Hayes is an award-winning author, educator and speaker. She has served on the American Dietetic Association Board of Directors chairing the Public Initiative Team and Technology Task Force. She won an Outstanding Community Health Promotion Program Award from CDC and is a past president of the Montana Dietetic Association.
To learn more about Dayle Hayes, click here.
Hunger Summit Planning Committee:
- Desiree Berry, RN, CPEN, CBC: Clinical Coordinator – Pediatrics, Sarasota Memorial Hospital
- Sara Dan, MBA: Area Supervisor for Food & Nutrition Services, Sarasota County Schools
- Joan DiMauri, MA, RD, LD/N: Public Health Nurtrition Program Director, Florida Department of Health in Sarasota County
- Kari Ellingstad, MPH: Vice President, I-Net Consulting
- Sandra Frank, JD: Chief Executive Officer, All Faiths Food Bank
- Beverly Girard, PhD, MBA, RD: Director of Food & Nutrition Services, Sarasota County Schools
- Linda Glover, RN, MEd, EdS: Supervisor for School Health, Florida Department of Health in Sarasota County
- Jenna Jones, MS, RD: Director of Health and Education Programs, All Faiths Food Bank
- Janet Kahn, LMSW: Executive Director, Early Learning Coalition of Sarasota County
- Lora Kosten, PhD: Director of Community Engagement, USF Sarasota-Manatee
- Robin Safley, JD: Feeding Florida (formerly Florida Association of Food Banks)
- Shirley Storo, BSN, RN: Interim Director, Johns Hopkins All Children’s Outpatient Care, Sarasota & Ft. Myers
Hunger Summit Honorary Committee:
- Mary Kay Burns, RN, BSN, MBA: Health Officer, Florida Dept of Health, DeSoto County
- Bruce Berg, MD, MBA: Campus Dean, FSU College of Medicine, Sarasota
- Charles Henry, MPA: Health Officer, Florida Dept. of Health, Sarasota County
- Tom Knight: Sheriff, Sarasota County
- Jennifer L. R. Mayer, M.D., FAAP, Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital
- Steve Queior, CCE: President and CEO, The Greater Sarasota Chamber of Commerce
- Sandra Stone, PhD: Regional Chancellor, USF Sarasota-Manatee
- Lori White, EdD: Superintendent, Sarasota County District Schools
Shumaker, Loop & Kendrick, LLP
Gulf Coast Community Foundation
Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital
2015 Summer Impact Report PDF.
All Faiths Food Bank presents Hunger Summit 2015
The Faces of Hunger: Causes, Consequences and Solutions
Business and local leaders, agency partners and social service representatives attended our Hunger Summit on September 30 because they want to be a part of the solution to hunger in our community. Moderator Tom Tryon, of the Sarasota Herald Tribune started the conversations with, “Sarasota isn’t paradise if you’re hungry.”
Guest speaker and expert in the field of hunger relief Robin Safley, JD, Director, Food Nutrition & Wellness, Florida Department of Agriculture, lead the discussion relating to the consequences and solutions, and the long-term impact that hunger has on our residents.
Lars Gilberts, Statewide ALICE Director of the United Way provided an in-depth look at the local Asset Limited, Income Constrained and Employed (ALICE) report and the determination of the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services that deemed Sarasota County as one of eight “hot spots” priority areas for intervention. Due to the service and seasonal economic environment in this area, more than 30% of Sarasota County residents are one crisis away from poverty, and often make desperate choices to make ends meet. Click here for a PDF of the local ALICE Report.
In closing, Sandra Frank, our CEO said, “Thank you to the champions in this room. The takeaway here today is that those who are hungry are us, the employed, the neighbor down the street, and our co-workers. But together, we can lead the community to end hunger.”