The Consumer’s Conflict: A Revolution in the Lunch Line
Blogger, author and Chicago Public Schools employee Sarah Wu (a.k.a. Mrs. Q) joins a panel of noted changemakers to discuss the complexities involved with connecting kids with wholesome, healthy and fresh food at school. Hear from this provocative panel on how individuals and organizations are igniting change.
Monday, March 26th at 415 Westlake
6 – 8:30 p.m.
Panel discussion followed by Q&A session
$20 (price of ticket includes appetizers, two beverages and a charitable donation to Treeswing)
Tickets at: http://consumersconflict.eventbrite.com/
· Sarah Wu. Noted blogger, author and staff member at the Chicago School District who chronicled her experience eating school lunches every day for a year on her blog, Fed Up With Lunch.
· Chef Eric Tanaka. The James Beard award-winning executive chef at Tom Douglas Restaurants who has joined forces with Seattle Public Schools to develop nutritious meals that kids will like.
· Stacey Sobell, Farm to School Manager for Ecotrust and the Western Lead for the National Farm to School Network. The Farm to School program helps school districts in the Pacific Northwest source locally grown, processed and manufactured products for the lunch line.
· Nona Evans, Executive Director of Whole Kids Foundation. In this role, Nona is working to empower schools and inspire families to make good food choices for life.
The conversation for the evening will be moderated by Jill Lightner, Edible Seattle.