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Permalink Wallace Center Seeking Nominations for Community Food Systems Mentors

The Wallace Center at Winrock International is launching a new Food Systems Leadership Network to support emerging and existing leaders working on food systems change in communities across the country. This national initiative will focus on strengthening leadership skills, sharing and replicating program innovations and adaptations, and building the operational and management capacity of food-focused, non-profit, community-based organizations. The Wallace Center is looking for leaders who are eager and prepared to mentor and coach their peers across the country, many of whom have experienced similar challenges, dynamics, losses, and wins over the years. Mentors will dedicate a total of 30 hours over a four-month period, and will be compensated at a rate of $100 per coaching hour. Applications will be accepted through November 17, 2017.



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