Tara Hatala is a distinguished community nutrition professional based in Boston, Massachusetts. With over 20 years of communication, nutrition and leadership experience, she provides clear information encouraging others to make improved food decisions. Her sociable and self-depreciating approach is an elemental to Getting F.E.D.’s mission and success. She is as comfortable informally speaking to adults at a community event as she is presenting to a board of directors. Her work and collaborations have benefited individuals and groups nationwide. Employment and collaborations include The Club by George Foreman III, City of Boston Mayor’s Office of Food Initiatives, Feeding America, Meals On Wheels Association of America, Massachusetts Office of Elder Affairs, New York State Hunger Prevention and Nutrition Assistance Program, Massachusetts Partnership for Food Safety Education, The Greater Boston Food Bank, Food Bank of Central New York, Onondaga County Health Department, Field to Plate, Just Say Yes to Fruits and Vegetables, Syracuse University, Hunger and Environmental Nutrition dietetic practice group, North East Food and Drug Officials Association, and more. Tara has a Bachelor of Arts degree in communication arts and Master of Arts degree in nutrition. She is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist and ServSafe instructor.
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