Clancy on Stage
Need an expert on nutrition and food insecurity (hunger) who engages, educates and ignites audiences ranging from members of Congress, health care professionals, non-profit organizations, foundations, and college students? Clancy Harrison combines her research-based expertise (and deep experience consulting with clients who serve the low-income population) with real life stories to unite communities around fresh food and restore dignity to food assistance programs and food access.
See Clancy in Action
Most Requested Keynote
Are Your Patients Food Insecure? Here’s What To Do, and Why
Geared toward health care professionals, this perspective shifting talk explores why acknowledging potential food insecurity in patients makes health diagnoses and treatments more effective. Learn why and how to screen for food insecurity as part of the patient intake process, and begin to use available tools and frameworks to develop treatment strategies that will actually work – based on awareness of socio-economic and other relevant circumstances of a patient’s life.
Maintain Funding by Improving Health Outcomes of the Low-income Population
Many companies, nonprofit organizations and foundations are struggling to connect with low-income clients. Clancy will help your organization improve its outcome goals, continue to receive funding, and positively impact health in your community. Sponsoring Clancy to speak will empower your organization to identify key strategies that build rapport with the underserved population, and you will learn proven methods to improve client engagement.
Eradicate Stigma: Food Assistance Programs Are A Positive Resource
Food assistance programs on the national, state and local levels are being threatened. With over 48 million food insecure Americans, the need to prevent dire budget cuts is at an all time high. Sponsoring Clancy to speak will bring statistics alive with real stories, which will allow participants to:
- Shift any misconceptions they may have about food assistance
- Review legislation with a new awareness and perspective
- See food assistance as a positive resource –associated with dignity, motivation, determination and success – and act to preserve these vital programs
Clancy will help your organization eradicate the stigma that is too often associated with shame.
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