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Reboot | Reconnect | Redesign: Creating Equitable Solutions for Rural Children

Presented by No Kid Hungry and Save the Children

 

The Rural Child Hunger Summit will highlighted best practices to address rural child hunger and convene partners to collaborate on innovative solutions. Sessions focused on unpacking the latest research, promising policy solutions, and the role of schools, community-based organizations, and local leaders as partners in the fight to end hunger in rural communities.

The event was co-presented by Save the Children and No Kid Hungry. The Summit was held in an all-virtual format due to the continuing uncertainty related to the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

Rural Child Hunger Summit 2022 Agenda

This year's summit was filled with sessions covering advocacy, youth empowerment, sustainability, technology and innovation, and overcoming supply chain challenges. Speakers included the Secretary of Agriculture Thomas Vilsack and Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona, Food Nutrition Directors from 8 different states, Sara Bleich and Stacy Dean from the USDA, and expert staff from Save the Children and No Kid Hungry.

Read the Full Agenda Here

 

Summit Recordings and Slide Decks:

Day One - April 27th 10:30am - 4pm ET

Workshop Sessions

 

Day Two - April 28th 10:30am - 4pm ET

Workshop Sessions

 

Speaker Bios and Headshots

Every one of our speakers brings their whole selves to the work of serving hungry children in their community. Learn more about our speakers' backgrounds, work experience, and amazing organizations.