Amanda Pape is the founder of My Street Grocery, a community market-on-wheels, and also served as the first Food Access Coordinator for Whole Foods Market. Pape touches on social entrepreneurship, leadership, failure, vulnerability, and connection. Her presentation reveals the unanticipated discoveries she made when implementing a food prescription program. The results of that program changed the lives of many people in Portland facing not only food insecurity but also other related health issues such as diabetes and depression.
Social justice, Food security
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Pape, Amelia, "Getting Personal with Food Insecurity: Amelia Pape" (2016). PDXTalks. 13.