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Piniel Tadesse, CHES

Program Director

Piniel joined CMFPC in 2022 as a Food Access Program Coordinator. She holds a Bachelor's Degree in Public Health Education from North Carolina Central University. During the height of the pandemic, Piniel worked in emergency food distribution as well as virtual nutrition and community education. Her work around food insecurity fuels her passion for building local, sustainable, and equitable food systems. Piniel now works directly with Farmers Markets in Mecklenburg county to implement the SNAP Double Bucks program.

Image of Piniel Tadesse, CHES, Food Access Program Director. Piniel joined the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Food Policy Council in 2022. She has made many contributions to the Charlotte-Mecklenburg food system.
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