In 2006 when my own children were small, I went along to local playgroups and discovered that there was very little support available for parents who wanted to know what to feed their babies and toddlers.
I had spent many years working for international health programmes, and realised that I could use the same skills and passion to improve the diet and health of people at home in East Devon. So I decided to set up Project Food, with an initial focus on parents and carers of young children.
Since then, Project Food has expanded far beyond its original brief but with the same commitment to good food and good health for all.
I have a bachelor’s degree in Business, and master’s degrees in both International Development and Public Health.
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