Daniella Uslan is the project manager of HPDP’s SNAP-Ed program and evaluation assistant with the UNC-NC State Regional Center for Excellence in Nutrition and Obesity Prevention (RENCE-South), as well as teaching assistant for the undergraduate course Nutrition 245: Sustainable, Local Food Systems- Intersection of local foods and public health. Daniella received her Master’s in Public Health from Emory University in 2011. Upon graduation Daniella was accepted to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Public Health Prevention Service fellowship (PHPS). Daniella’s 3 year CDC PHPS fellowship included a 2 year field placement with HPDP and the North Carolina Division of Public Health, Community and Clinical Connections for Prevention and Health Branch. Upon completing her fellowship, Daniella joined the Center full time continuing her work to connect North Carolinians with healthy, affordable, and environmentally sound food.