The first-ever hybrid National Anti-Hunger Policy Conference took place from May 7-9, 2023! Thousands of advocates from all across the country gathered either virtually, or in-person in Washington, D.C., to network, attend thought-provoking workshops and plenaries, and exchange best practices for ending hunger in America. Register now to access session recordings!

Stay tuned for forthcoming details on 2024’s conference!

2023 Conference Speakers

Deborah Weinstein, Executive Director, Coalition on Human NeedsStacy Dean, Deputy Undersecretary, Food, Nutrition & Consumer Services, USDA
Luis Guardia, President, Food Research & Action Center (FRAC)Claire Babineaux-Fontenot, CEO, Feeding America
Jimmieka Mills, Co-Founder, Equitable SpacesTori Overton, Social Service Specialist II, Department of Human Services
Lawson Picasso, San Antonio Lead of Communications and Public Involvement, WSP USACrys Riles, Anti-Hunger Advocate, Tennessee Justice Center
Reynaldo Green, Quality Care for ChildrenJason Jakubowski, President/CEO and Chair, Connecticut Foodshare / FA Public Engagement & Advocacy Committee (PEAC)/em>
Stephanie Slingerland, Senior Director, Philanthropy & Social Impact, Kellogg CompanyMichael J. Wilson, Director, Maryland Hunger Solutions

“This is ‘the big show’ for anyone working to end hunger in America. I’ve been attending for a decade, and I’m still learning something new every time. It’s easy to develop tunnel vision in our work; the policy conference opens up my thinking, and reminds me that I am part of a national movement. It can be frustrating building progress in what feel like regressive times. The policy conference renews my commitment, and reminds me how many others share it.”
JC Dwyer, Chief Strategy Officer, Feeding Texas