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Highlights from the 2019 Iowa Hunger Summit

8:00

Breakout Sessions  |  round one

9:00

Morning Panels

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Welcome

      Madeline Goebel  |  Director, Community Outreach, World Food Prize Foundation
   

Founder's Retrospective

      Amb. Kenneth M. Quinn  |  President, World Food Prize Foundation
   

Opening Keynote

      Most Rev. William M. Joensen, Ph.D.  |  Bishop of the Diocese of Des Moines
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Fireside Chat with Beckmann + Hall

      Rev. David Beckmann  |  President, Bread for the World
Amb. Tony Hall  |  Executive Director Emeritus, Alliance to End Hunger
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Morning Keynote | Claire Babineaux-Fontenot

      Claire Babineaux-Fontenot  |  Chief Executive Officer, Feeding America
   

Feeding Iowa

      Brian Barks  |  President & CEO, Food Bank for the Heartland
Michelle Book  |  President & CEO, Food Bank of Iowa
Kim Guardado  |  Food Reservoir Director, HACAP
Mike Miller  |  President & CEO, River Bend Food Bank
Barbara Prather  |  Executive Director, Northeast Iowa Food Bank
Linda Scheid  |  Executive Director, Food Bank of Siouxland

12:00

Luncheon

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Welcoming Remarks 

      Amb. Kenneth M. Quinn | President, World Food Prize Foundation
      Craig Hill | President, Iowa Farm Bureau Federation
   

Norman Borlaug Day Proclamation 

      Governor Kim Reynolds | Governor, State of Iowa
   

Robert D. Ray Iowa SHARES Humanitarian Award Presentation

      R.W. and Mary Nelson | Founders, Kemin Industries
   

Luncheon Keynote | Suzanne P. Clark

      Suzanne P. Clark  |  President, U.S. Chamber of Commerce

1:30

Breakout Sessions  |  round two

2:30

Breakout Sessions  |  round three

3:25

Closing Session

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Hunger, Social Determinants of Health & USDA Programs

      Alan Shannon | Public Affairs Director, USDA Food & Nutrition Midwest

4:00

2019 Iowa Hunger Summit Concludes


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10:00

Student Breakout Sessions  |  round one

 
Council Bluffs     Understanding the Importance of Financial Literacy
Davenport     Advocacy in Action: How to use your voice to end world hunger
Dubuque     Heavy weights: Hunger fighting fundamentals/food bank & partnerships

11:00

Student Breakout Sessions  |  round two

 
Council Bluffs     Fresh and Local Food to Combat Hunger
Davenport     Native Bee Challenge: The Importance of Native Bees To our Food Supply
Dubuque     Nutrition Education and School Feeding in Uganda

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