At the CDC, managed and executed the CDC priority to prevent food borne illness in schools by launching a nation-wide disease prevention program: The Food-Safe Schools Action Guide.  Facilitated workshops/ professional development sessions for target audiences [School Nurses, Principals, School Foodservice Staff, and Parent] amounting to greater than eighteen thousand attendees in eight years.


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