The City College of New York celebrates “CCNY Goes Healthy” on World Food Day opening a dialogue about healthy lifestyle changes and combating low food security issues on campus and within the Harlem community. The inaugural event welcomes three culinary and nutritional experts to engage in a food talk with President Vince Boudreau as moderator.
World Food Day takes place on October 16 and is a day that strives to bring awareness to low food security issues that affect areas all over the world and strives to achieve a more sustainable future.
- Lyn Genet Recitas, nutritionist and bestselling author of “The Plan”
- Tren’ness Woods-Black, vice president of Communications for Sylvia’s Restaurant and founder of Tren’ness Woods-Black LLC
- Nabeel Alamgir, chief marketing officer of Bareburger
The event is proudly sponsored by the Colin Powell School for Civic and Global Leadership, The Office of the President, the FAO and Whole Foods Market. It will fall under this year’s Healthy CUNY initiative to jump-start Giving Tuesday. The Colin Powell School / NYPIRG Food Pantry will be accepting donations in the form of non-perishable food items.
The panel will take place from 12-2 p.m. in the NAC ballroom with light refreshments to enjoy. Please click here to RSVP.
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