Alessandra Uriarte
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Alessandra Uriarte is an Intern at Food Tank. She holds a Bachelor of Science (BS) degree in Psychology from St. Lawrence University and a Master of Science in Public Health (MSPH) with a specialization in Nutrition from Johns Hopkins University. Alessandra's passion lies at the intersection of public health and dietary habits, serving as a conduit to enhance the well-being of entire communities by addressing nutrition-related challenges and promoting positive dietary behaviors. Her work has focused on implementing community based programming to educate underserved populations about essential nutrition and culinary skills, and researching intervention strategies to improve food environments making it easier for individuals to access and afford nutritious food.

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