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SNAP E&T 2022 National Forum: Intermediaries - The Path to College Partnerships

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SNAP E&T partnerships with community colleges are more important than ever. But state capacity and resources often get in the way. Learn not only why community college partnerships are important to a quality E&T program, but why intermediaries are so helpful to states in developing and managing those partnerships. 

  • Brian Solomon, SNAP E&T Program Analyst, Western Regional Office, Food and Nutrition Service 
  • Ricardo Williams, SNAP E&T Consultant, Louisiana Department of Children and Family Services 
  • James André, Director of Operations, Virginia Community Colleges 
  • Tanya Garbolino, Manager, Fresh Success, Foundation for California Community Colleges 
  • Sarah Turner, Cal-Fresh E&T Section Chief, California Department of Social Services 
  • Elizabeth Guzman Arroyo, Statewide STEP and Pathways Director, Portland Community College 
  • Candi Quintall, Lead E&T Coordinator, Oregon Department of Human Services 

Page updated: November 21, 2023