health and wellness

mary arlinda hill
For Mary Arlinda Hill, the drive to improve the well-being of her students, 90 percent of whom qualify for free or reduced-price meals, is personal.
julie jones
Julie Jones, director of nutrition services at Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center has headed her fair share of projects.
edward sirhal
Over the past 23 years, Edward Sirhal has aimed to help the foodservice management company where he began his career, elevate the perception of corporate dining, one client at a time.
nona golledge
Asked to name her greatest achievement, Nona Golledge singles out guiding Kansas University Dining through a university-mandated merger of the residential dining and retail-catering departments.
silver plate
From spearheading tough renovations to championing wellness programs that resonate, these non-commercial operators’ feats and passion make them best in class.
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The Kentucky Wesleyan Student Government Association teamed up with Sodexo to raise money that would purchase food for the Daviess County Schools backpack program.
Students at one Kentucky high school are happy about the two greenhouses on campus, but are more excited about where the foods end up.
Republican lawmakers seek changes to the program after the USDA reports nearly $2.7 billion in improper payments during the 2012-2013 school year.
Deedra Hoffart, Tony Almeida and Timothy Gee are the recipients of three prestigious awards to be presented at AHF’s conference in Salt Lake City.

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