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Speakers

Marlysa Gamblin

Racial Equity Coach, Consultant and Course Designer

Jane Walker

Executive Director, Daystar Life Center

Carla Bristol

Collaboration Manager at St. Petersburg Youth Farm

Nancy Brumbaugh

Vice President Food Services, Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida

Craig Gundersen

Snee Family Endowed Chair at the Baylor Collaborative on Hunger and Poverty

Lisa Bell

Manager of Community Benefit, BayCare Health System

Kimberly Williams

Director of Community Benefit, AdventHealth West Florida Division

Jackie Swigler

Director of Membership and Advocacy, Tampa Bay Network to End Hunger

Nikki Foster

Public Affairs Manager, The Mosaic Company

Cortney Beth Szafran

Food Policy Analyst, Florida Food Policy Council

Arianne Corbett

Consultant, No Kid Hungry

Anne Swerlick

Senior Policy Analyst, Florida Policy Institute

Cindy Huddleston

Senior Policy Analyst, Florida Policy Institute

Erica Hardison

Founder, One Community Grocery Co-op

Arely Lozano Cantu

Director, Urban Health Programs

Sky Beard

Director, No Kid Hungry Florida

Steve King

Executive Director, Meals on Wheels of Tampa

Mark Adler

Executive Director, Meals on Wheels South Florida

Dr Sharon Austin

Florida Impact to End Hunger and Florida United Methodist Church

Amanda Streets

Living Roots Eco Design

Eric Calloway

Gretchen Swanson Center for Nutrition

Erica Hall

Board of Directors, Florida Food Policy Council

Sandi Vidal

Central Florida Community Foundation

Eleanor Saunders

ECHO Brandon

Michael Wilson

Maryland Hunger Solutions

Dell DeChant

Associate Chair and Master Instructor, University of South Florida Department of Religions Studies

Chelle Stringer

Dr Chelle Ltd. Executive Coaching

Ellen Vollinger

Legal Director, Food Research & Action Center

Florence French

Florida Regional Organizer, Bread for the World

Kim Johnson

President and CEO of Florida Impact to End Hunger

Richa Bisht

USF Medical Student and co-founder of the WellFed Community

Jeremy Everett

Baylor Collaborative on Hunger and Poverty

Caitlyn Peacock

Executive Director of Tampa Bay Network to End Hunger

The Sunshine Summit to End Hunger is a two-day event, presented by the Tampa Bay Network to End Hunger, in partnership with Bread for the World and Florida Impact. Through innovative collaborations and partnerships, Tampa Bay Network to End Hunger (TBNEH) has significantly reduced childhood hunger in Tampa Bay. TBNEH is committed to ending Hunger in Tampa Bay by bringing people together to find solutions that eliminate barriers, increase access and knowledge, and expand the amount of nutritious food available. TBNEH has over 350 members and serves Florida’s Hillsborough, Pasco, and Pinellas counties through its original programs like Meals On Wheels for Kids and Waste No Food Tampa Bay. TBNEH is a 501(c)3 non-profit agency and relies on community support. For more information, please visit www.NetworktoEndHunger.org.