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Yale Rudd Center
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Roberta Friedman
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food and obesity policy

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Job opening for Director of Advocacy Resources at Yale Rudd Center for Food Policy and Obesity

Posted on January 5, 2012 at 8:47am 0 Comments

Director of Advocacy Resources

General Purpose

Help guide the Rudd Center for Food Policy & Obesity's rapidly-expanding work on food marketing to young people. Coordinate and lead the Rudd Center's work to educate and inform community organizations about issues related to food marketing, and develop resources to help identify and implement appropriate strategies for intervention.

Essential Duties

  • Develop a comprehensive advocacy liaison strategy…
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At 7:07pm on January 4, 2012, Lee Cruz said…

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Welcome to GNH Community, glad to have you join us. You are now able to post information about food, obesity or any other topic that you think will be of interest to nonprofits, civic organizations, the people they serve. You may post calendared events on the events page, non-date specific information on the blog, pictures or videos.

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