Nora Stewart is the Manager of the California Climate-Friendly School Food Program and is passionate about leading innovative initiatives to offer healthy, climate-friendly, plant-based and plant-forward food in schools. Nora earned her BA in Sociology and Public Health from Pitzer College, and worked in various positions including as a Chef Instructor with Jamie Oliver Food Foundation and as Community Health Manager with the American Heart Association to build robust school garden and kids cooking initiatives. In her former role with CHIP’s Farm to Institution Center, Nora facilitated collaborative groups around farm to school, hospital food service, and sustainable farming business practices. Nora currently lives in San Diego, California, and her hobbies include vegetarian/vegan cooking, hiking, and exploring nearby tidepools.
- Farm to School Student Curriculum, Community Health Improvement Partners, 2020.
- School Food Promotional Strategy Guide, Community Health Improvement Partners, 2020.
- The 2016-2017 State of Farm to School in San Diego County Report, Community Health Improvement Partners, 2017.
- Teaching Gardens Garden Resource Guide, American Heart Association, 2016.