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Speaker | Author | Food Justice Advocate

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Clancy has an extensive background in food insecurity. Her experience as an academic instructor, grant writer and administrator, and food service director all combine to maker her a successful advocate and champion for those in need.”

Dr. Thomas Botzman
President of Misericordia University

"When it comes to making great morning television, keeping it visual and fun, no dietitian gets it better than Clancy! Her credibility and knack to think on the fly while explaining various nutrition guidelines is beyond measure. She has an amazing talent as well for creating a vibrant set filled with plenty of props to explain the topic at hand. Plus, she’s incredibly reliable. I know when I need someone who viewers respect and can relate to, one phone call to Clancy and it’s done!”

Ryan Leckey, WNEP-TV (ABC), producer/host of “Leckey Live” on Newswatch 16 This Morning, one of America’s highest rated newscasts. (Nielsen 2017)

Clancy is a precision hitter consultant who navigates to the core where my clients need to go. She has the unique ability to see the problem from the inside out.”

Katherine Pholidal
Director of the Women with Children’s Program, Misericordia University

"Clancy makes the audience think about their own beliefs and misconceptions about food insecurity and hunger. As much as numbers and data tell us, it's the stories that make the talk so compelling, and urge the audience to start with the basic question: do our clients have access to food?

Shawnee M. Kelly, MS RD LDN
President of the Pennsylvania Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics

"For over 10 years I have worked with Clancy and watched her take on the issue of childhood hunger and food insecurity with audiences of all types. From the low-income children who come to the Y's summer feeding program's Tasty Thursdays nutrition education activity, to delivering a Sunday church sermon on the issues of local hunger to working with the economically challenged families who make use of the West Side Food Pantry, Clancy is a steadfast warrior in the battle for food justice and equity; always respectful, resourceful and understandably informative."

Carol Hussa
Healthy Community Coordinator, Wilkes-Barre Family YMCA

Clancy has a wonderful way of blending her nutrition expertise and experience as a mother to offer practical tips and strategies to encourage children to be more adventurous in making healthy food choices. Her workshops are packed with ideas for ways to make mealtime more joyful for everyone.”

Jill N. Cox, MS, RD
Program Development Specialist Better Kid Care Penn State University

Clancy embodies what it means to be an innovative agent of change. She empowers people to take their passions, skills, and knowledge to transform the world into a place that is more just and equitable. Through Clancy’s creativity and expertise she is able to help people live a healthier life. She inspires people to change the way they think about poverty and hunger.”

Dr. Jennifer Thomas
Wilkes University

“Clancy Harrison is an expert in the area of hunger and food insecurity so you know you are getting the best evidences based information when you hear her speak. But what really makes Clancy’s presentation so powerful is her clear passion about the topic area and her drive to change the way our populations views those individuals.”

Dr. Jessica Bachman
University of Scranton

"Clancy is definitely a superhero in our household! Through her advice, our daughter not only eats vegetables. She loves vegetables! She even made up a character, Super Broccoli, that she dressed as for Halloween! What I appreciate most about Clancy is that she takes the anxiety and stress out of preparing family meals, equipped me with myriad ways to introduce new foods (even foods that were initially rejected, like broccoli, to my daughter), and as a nutritionist I always trust what she says about how much (and in many cases how little) my daughter really needs to be eating to get all of her nutritional needs met."

Alexia Vernon
Women's Public Speaking and Leadership Coach