Lisa Tadlock, is a Program Manager with the Public Health Institute (PHI) Center for Wellness and Nutrition. With over 15 years’ experience in the health and human service field which began as an eligibility worker in a California County Social Services Agency to her current role in overseeing the PHI contract with the California Department of Social Services Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Education (SNAP-Ed) project. Her role is to ensure the successful implementation and completion of eleven projects related to SNAP-Ed in California. Previous to joining PHI, Lisa was the Executive Director of a County First 5 agency, focusing on the needs of children aged 0 – 5 in the rural north of California and Executive Director of the California Nevada Community Action State Association, which focused on anti-poverty and food security issues for low-income people in California and Nevada. She has focused much of her work in the rural Northern California counties, to assist in building capacity and strengthening the opportunities available, with limited resources. Lisa currently sits on the Board and Finance Committees for California Food Policy Advocates. Lisa holds a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science, Master’s degree in Public Administration with an emphasis in Health Policy, and a Master’s degree in Education Technology.