Work

For a list of current and past projects, presentations, and publications, and a copy of Kimberley Hodgson’s resume, click on the links below.

Projects
Presentations
Publications
Resume/CV


PROJECTS | Current

  • Growing Food Connections | University at Buffalo with support from the United States Department of Agriculture, NIFA/AFRI Food Systems Program, 2012 to present
  • North Shore Food Action Plan Advisor | North Shore Table Matters and Vancouver Coastal Health, North Vancouver, BC

PROJECTS | Past

Work completed by Kimberley Hodgson as Senior Research Associate and Manager of the Planning and Community Health Research Center at the American Planning Association:
Work completed by Kimberley Hodgson as Research Assistant in the Department of Urban Affairs & Planning at Virginia Tech:
Work completed by Kimberley Hodgson as Field Faculty and Extension Agent at Virginia Cooperative Extension:


Presentations

  • American Planning Association National Planning Conference, May 2017 (New York, NY), “Incentivizing the Sale of Healthy and Local Food”
  • American Planning Association National Planning Conference, May 2017 (New York, NY), “Food Systems Planning: Growing Connections and Planning for Health”
  • American Planning Association National Planning Conference, May 2017 (New York, NY), “Faces of Food Systems Planning”
  • American Planning Association National Planning Conference, April 2015 (Seattle, WA), “Advancing Food Systems Planning and Policy Workshop and Mobile Tour”
  • North Shore Planning for Sustainable Food Systems Workshop, Panel Discussion, November 2014 (North Vancouver, BC) “Planning for a healthy, sustainable, community food system”
  • American Farmland Trust, October 2014 (Lexington, KY), “Planning for agriculture and food systems: communities that are leading the way”
  • S. National Collaborative on Childhood Obesity Research, Healthy Food Incentives Workshop: Moving the Field Forward, September 2014 (Washington DC), Panel Discussion
  • Urban Sustainability Directors Network, May 2014 (Webinar), “Community-Based Food Systems Planning: Promising Practices from Across North America”
  • American Planning Association National Planning Conference, April 2014 (Atlanta, GA), “Growing Food Connections: Communities of Innovation”
  • American Planning Association National Planning Conference, April 2014 (Atlanta, GA), “Urban Agriculture Programs & Policies: Promising Practices from Across North America”
  • American Planning Association National Planning Conference, April 2013 (Chicago, IL), “Building Local Capacity to Promote Food Access”
  • Iowa Food Policy Council, March 2013 (Webinar), “Champions of Change: Establishing Healthy Food Access Through Community-Based Food Systems”
  • Georgia Food Policy Council, March 2013 (Webinar), “Planning for Food Access & Community Based Food Systems”
  • New Partners for Smart Growth, February 2013 (Kansas City, KS), “Food Access Equity: From Policy to Action”
  • Planning Sustainable Agriculture and Food Systems Network, November 2012 (Calgary, AB), “Food Systems Planning: A National Scan & Evaluation of Local Comprehensive & Sustainability Plans in the United States Keynote”
  • Cleveland-Marshall College of Law, Symposium, April 2012 (Cleveland, OH), “Urban Agriculture: It’s Not an Oxymoron. Policies for Cultivating City Land and Increasing Access to Local Food”
  • Denver Regional Council of Governments, March 2012 (Webinar), “Urban Agriculture and Food Systems Planning”
  • American Planning Association, Audio/Web Conference, March 2012, “Urban Agriculture and Food Systems Planning”
  • Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Healthy Eating Research Annual Meeting, February 2012 (Austin, TX), “Planning for Food Access”
  • Walk21 Symposium, “Comprehensive Planning for Health”, October 2011
Presentations delivered by Kimberley Hodgson as Senior Research Associate and Manager of the Planning and Community Health Research Center at the American Planning Association:
Presentations delivered by Kimberley Hodgson as Field Faculty and Extension Agent at Virginia Cooperative Extension:
  • Virginia Cooperative Extension, Healthy Futures Presentations, “Healthy Choices”, “Heart Disease & Diabetes”, “Fiber”, and “Physical Activity”, July 2006
  • Roanoke County Public Schools, School Board Meeting, “School Wellness Policy”, Roanoke, VA, January 2006
  • Roanoke County Public Schools Administration & Staff Retreat, “Dietary Guidelines”, Roanoke, VA, January 2006
  • Virginia Dietary Managers of Roanoke, “Superfoods”, Roanoke, VA, September 2005
  • Roanoke City Rescue Mission Workshop, “What’s in a Tomato?”, Roanoke, VA, September 2005
  • FoodChange Continuing Education Conference, “New York City Health & Food Access Disparities”, New York, NY, Summer 2005


Publications

Completed by Kimberley Hodgson as Senior Research Associate and Manager of the Planning and Community Health Research Center at the American Planning Association:
Completed by Kimberley Hodgson as Field Faculty and Extension Agent at Virginia Cooperative Extension:
Completed by Kimberley Hodgson as Research Assistant in the Department of Urban Affairs & Planning at Virginia Tech:

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