The past year has created pressing new demands on social service providers, including food banks, nonprofits, and other food-related organizations. While the food systems sector was already a hub for collaborative innovation, COVID-19 further accelerated the importance of network leadership skills and strategy for those working on issues like nutrition, food security, environmental justice, and more.

On July 29th, Visible Network Labs and the CU Denver Center on Network Science brought together a diverse group of coalition builders and network leaders focused on improving our food systems. They joined us for an hour of discussion on what has changed over the past 12 months due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, identifying new challenges as well as new opportunities for network-led change.

Watch the on-demand webinar video above, or learn more about our amazing panel of network leaders below!

Meet our Food System Webinar Panelists.

Dr. Robyn


CU Denver Center on Network Science


Thomas W. Haas Professor In Sustainable Food Systems,

University of New Hampshire

Marissa Silverberg,

Food Systems & Policy Administrator,

Jefferson County Public Health

Wendy Peters Moschetti,

Director of Strategic Initiatives,

Nourish Colorado

Erin Snyder Ulric,

Implementation Director,

Colorado Blueprint to End Hunger

Minerva Delgado

Director of Coalitions & Advocacy

Alliance to End Hunger

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