Public Health: The Unusual Suspects
- 08:30 - 16:15
- The Bridgewater Hall, Manchester
Lindsay Graham is a UK leading expert on school food and health promotion. A former community nurse and civil servant she has worked in strategic government roles in Scotland and England. As key adviser to the All Party Parliamentary Group on School Food she chaired its ‘Holiday Hunger Task Group’. Her Winston Churchill Memorial Trust research fellowship into USDA policy on Summer Meals ‘170 days’ was published in October 2014. Her special interests areas and expertise include ; Child Food Security in the UK, use of digital technology in service delivery, learning environments, children’s wellbeing programmes , food banks and youth health inequalities. As a long standing community volunteer she was a founder and former director of two Highland children’s charities that support families affected by disability. Lindsay is a Committee member for the Big Lottery Scotland, Trustee of Greggs Foundation and Dundee Bairns and also a member of the Scottish Governments Food Insecurity Delivery Group.