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Friday, February 3 • 3:15pm - 4:45pm
Voices of Food Insecurity: Exploring Barriers and Strategies to Healthy Food Access

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Since the fall of 2015, Boulder Food Rescue has been collaborating with community members and researchers from CU to better understand food insecurity and food access barriers in Boulder. In this workshop, we'll explore participatory research methods, the findings of our research, how we garnered participation from the community, and how we aim to continue to work with the community to address our findings.

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Ingrid Castro-Campos

Boulder Food Rescue
Ingrid is an active member from the Latino community in Boulder County. She has been involved in volunteering programs such as BVSD Food School Project which creates opportunities for students to interact with their food and nutrition in a conscious way. She also voices Latinos in different parent committees such as Thorne Nature Experience and I have a Dream Foundation. Her interest in Social Justice, non-violent communication, and community... Read More →
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Hana Dansky

Boulder Food Rescue
Hana Dansky sees food as a catalyst for change, a tool that works to build community and bring people together. Hana co-founded BFR in 2011 and has been director of the organization since 2012. Hana is also a part of the Boulder County HEAL, co-founder of Boulder FNB, a Chinook Fund Giving Project member working to fundraise and move money into grassroots organizing organizations. Hana also started a LGBTQ activist and safe space in Boulder and a... Read More →
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Lindsey Loberg

+1 for BFR
Lindsey Loberg first became involved with food justice work as a high school teacher in Milwaukee, WI, facilitating student projects that explored food systems, food access, food waste, and food sovereignty. Food touches everything and everybody, and Lindsey loves using food as a tool to connect with and learn from people. Lindsey has been involved with Boulder Food Rescue since the fall of 2014, originally as a volunteer excited to bike food... Read More →
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Joel Marquez

Boulder Food Rescue
Joel is a first-year undergraduate student in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Colorado Boulder. His interest in research led him to join this research team and he hopes to be able to help by using his bilingual skills to extend the range of participants to include members of the Spanish speaking community. He is also thrilled to be able to work with the community in order to effectively understand what obstacles prevent... Read More →
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Chris Schaefbauer

Boulder Food Rescue
Chris Schaefbauer is a PhD student in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Colorado Boulder. His research focus is human-centered computing and community-based participatory research. He has 5 years of experience conducting community-based research and in working with communities to develop technologies that address issues that are important to them.


Friday February 3, 2017 3:15pm - 4:45pm
N124 University of Colorado Sustainability, Energy and Environment Complex (SEEC), 4001 Discovery Drive, Boulder, CO 80303

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