The World Food Prize Foundation

Student Agenda

Student Breakout Sessions provide an opportunity for high school and middle school students to engage in in-depth conversation with a variety of national and state based organizations that host sessions and offer practical tools for students to further involve themselves in combating food insecurity in Iowa and around the world. 

Student Breakouts are 45 minutes in length and will take place during the Morning Panel Sessions from 10am - 11:45am with the Iowa Hunger Luncheon to follow at 12pm.


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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


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


Luncheon Keynote + Iowa SHARES Presentation


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

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

Luncheon Keynote | Suzanne P. Clark

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

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