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Winter 2023 WSU Food Systems HUB Call Series: Episode 2

Posted by aba.kiser | March 15, 2023

Wednesday March 15th, 2023

Federally Funded Nutrition Programs with Jen Moss and Kylie Pybus on the WSU Food Systems HUB





Jenn Moss
WA SNAP-Ed Curriclum, Training & Website Team Lead
WSU Extension Youth and Families- SNAP-Ed 

Jen is dedicated to eliminating health inequities through nutrition education and support of policies and practices that promote healthy lifestyles and well-being for under-resourced individuals and families. Through her work on the Curriculum, Training and Website Team (CTW) for the WA State Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program-Education (WA SNAP-Ed) Program, Jen provides support to SNAP-Ed staff across the state with training, curriculum choice and delivery, and two websites. She also serves on the WA SNAP-Ed Statewide Leadership Team and assists in guiding program direction, priorities, and initiatives. Through her Extension appointment, Jen participates in facilitating dialogue about racism among colleagues, community partners, and staff. She is trained as a trainer in the WSU Navigating Difference Curriculum as well as Facing Racism in a Diverse Nation. She serves on the CAHNRS DEI Committee, the WSU Coming Together for Racial Understanding (CTRU)  team, the WSU Food Systems Steering Committee, and the WA Farm to School Network Coordination Team. Jen also serves as Co-chair of the City of Seattle’s Sweetened Beverage Tax Community Advisory Board, assisting with making recommendations that ensure revenue from this ordinance is invested in the communities most impacted by health and economic inequities.  Jen studied nutrition at Bastyr University and is a Registered Dietitian. She loves being Mom to two amazing humans in their twenties and sharing adventures with her partner, friends, and family.  


Kylie Pybus 

Kylie Pybus is the Assistant Director for the Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program (EFNEP) at Washington State University. She works with educators delivering EFNEP classes to youth and adults in their community. In addition she facilitates policy, systems, and environmental change regarding food security and nutrition education in Washington. Currently, Kylie serves as President of the Spokane Food Policy Council who recently released their Regional Food Action Plan. Kylie received her Master of Public Health from the Colorado School of Public Health in 2016. Her interests include program evaluation, food systems, youth curriculum development, and health promotion and literacy. 



More about the HUB: In response to COVID-19 the WSU Food Systems Program created the HUB. We are re-vitalizing this important professional development and networking seminar in 2023. Learn More Here. @wsufoodsystems 

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