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2019/2020 CACFP Input Workgroup  Minimize 
Please help congratulate and welcome the 2018/2019 CACFP Input Workgroup members. The members on the committee have been challenged with the task to provide insight on issues that are impacting all areas of CACFP on a state-wide level.

Committee members will serve as liaisons for CACFP sponsors and contracting entities while addressing those issues with TDA during the workgroup meetings. Throughout the next year, members will actively participate in the development sub-committees. Subcommittee members of the strategic focus areas will be announced in the "Insights" e-newsletter. For suggestions on a particular issue, please address a subcommittee member.

Committee members and TDA are excited about the partnership opportunity to ensure growth and success of the CACFP Program in Texas!

 

CACFP Input Workgroup Committee Members

 
Pamela Alvarez

Name: Pamela Alvarez  

Valley Haven Inc  
pamalvarez@valleyhaveninc.org


 Saul Fernandez

Name: Saul Fernandez  
Extreme Activities  
extact98@hotmail.com



 Sehr Qazi

Name: Sehr Qazi  
Hirani Platinum Corp.
s.qazi@foodprogramtexas.com



 

Name: Angela Flowers

Food & Nutrition Solutions

angela@fnsolutions.org


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Name: Ashley Channel
Fort Bend ISD

ashley.channel@fortbendisd.com 


 Mel Jackson

Name: Mel Jackson
The Josh Howard Foundation
thejhf5@gmail.com


 Blake Stanford

Blake Stanford   

Southwest Human Development Services  
blake@swhuman.org



 

Name: Tangela Joseph

Destiney Empowerment Enterprises
tangelawithagape@gmail.com

Subcommittee: Training 
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Elsa Ayala

New Beginnings Health and Day Activity Center

elsaludivina@yahoo.com



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Name: Emily Oneil 

Opportunities for Williamson and Burnet Counties

eoneil@opportunitiesforwbc.org



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Name: Gylma Garza  
Edinburg Child Care  
gmg.ecci@gmail.com



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Name: Jennifer Vogel  

San Marcos ISD

jenvogel@live.com



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Name: Heather Guzman  
San Antonio Food Bank  
hguzman@safoodbank.org


 

Name: Victor Salazar
Hummingbird Child and Adult Nutrition

hbirdnutrition@aol.com

Subcommittee: Communication

*Sponsors Association President 
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Name: Kenyatta Chandler 

Houston ISD 
Kenyatta.Chandler@houstonisd.org


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Name: Lisa Obenhaus 

Valley Mills ISD  
Lisa.Obenhaus@vmisd.net






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