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Curriculum, Training and Website Team

Curriculum, Training and Website Team

Meet Our Team!

Thanks for exploring the WA SNAP-Ed website. Here are the brains behind the content. We are happy to work with this wonderful WA SNAP-Ed team. Please let us know if you have any suggestions for this website.

Meet Our Team!

Thanks for exploring the WA SNAP-Ed website. Here are the brains behind the content. We are happy to work with this wonderful WA SNAP-Ed team. Please let us know if you have any suggestions for this website.

Jen Moss

RD

SNAP-Ed Curriculum, Training, and Website Team Lead
Washington State University

Jen is a Registered Dietitian dedicated to increasing health equity through nutrition education and support of policies and practices that promote healthy lifestyles and well-being. She has been with SNAP-Ed for 15 years and has filled a wide variety of roles. She loves to connect with people as well as learn and share new concepts and skills. Jen lives in Puyallup and spends her spare time cooking, traveling, reading, and being outside in the PNW.

Little known fact: Jen loves spiders and is known for going to great lengths to save them.

Favorite vegetable: Beets!

 

woman in green coat with red backpack getting ready to hike.

Eileen Grigsby

MPH, CHES

SNAP-Ed Curriculum, Training, and Website Specialist
Washington State University

Eileen holds a Master’s degree in Public Health, is a Certified Health Education Specialist and has a passion for food access. She has been involved with SNAP-Ed as an educator and a contract manager. Eileen enjoys making quilts for loved ones, spending time with her family and her dog (Olly), and being outside doing things like hiking and paddle boarding.

Little known fact: Eileen plays the clarinet.

Favorite vegetable: Broccoli!

 

 

 

Mattie Sobotka

MS, RDN, CEP

SNAP-Ed Curriculum, Training, and Website Specialist
Washington State University

Mattie is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist and Clinical Exercise Physiologist with a love of most things, including cooking, gardening, coaching, kids, dogs, and playing any type of game. She has previous experience as a SNAP-Ed nutrition educator for youth and adults and experience in WIC working with pregnant participants and families.

Little known fact: Mattie’s first dog was born deaf, and she trained her using sign language.

Favorite vegetable: Brussel Sprouts!

 

 

Anna Kitchin (she, her)

SNAP-Ed Curriculum, Training, and Website Coordinator
Washington State University

Anna has worked with Washington SNAP-Ed since 2010 within multiple organizations and roles. She is excited to continue supporting health equity and food justice through programs that are rooted in community and connection. Anna is a serious appreciator of a good laugh, hot cups of coffee, delicious treats, long walks in the woods, and all growing things.

Little known fact: Anna’s first job was washing dishes at Dot’s Diner (owned by her grandparents Dot & Shorty) in Cave Springs, Arkansas.

Favorite Vegetable: Basil