Eat Right Philly Providers

The Eat Right Philly team at the School District of Philadelphia serves as the hub for the program while closely collaborating with the Eat Right Philly providers listed below in order to coordinate work across the district. Together, we work toward equitable distribution of SNAP-Ed programming, facilitate discussions around best practices, and strategize movement toward a model of collective impact for our schools.

Provider Name:Provider Info:Contact:
The School District of Philadelphia logoServes:
65 District schools

In addition to providing fun lessons in the classroom and supporting school-based produce stands, our team collaborates with other District departments to drive system and policy changes with the goal of increasing student health and wellness.
Lauren Nocito MS, RD, LDN
Director, Nutrition Education
Phone: 215-400-9940
Drexel University LogoServes:
61 District schools and 9 charter schools

Drexel University is committed to improving the nutritional health and increasing the activity levels of the students and families in the city of Philadelphia.
Judy Ensslin, MS, RDN, LDN
Program Director
Phone: 215-895-2422

Einstein Healthcare LogoServes:
31 District schools, one charter school, and 100 preschools

Einstein’s Families Understanding Nutrition (F.U.N) Program aims to increase healthy eating and physical activity between children and their caregivers.
Kineret Shakow, EdD
Phone: 215-456-4926

The Food TrustServes:
19 District schools, 3 charter schools, and many community sites

The Food Trust’s mission is to ensure that everyone has access to affordable, nutritious food and information to make healthy decisions.
Heidi Gorniok, RD | Associate Director, Nutrition Programming
Phone: 215-575-0444 x 4118

Health Promotion CouncilServes:
16 District schools and 7 charter and parochial schools

Health Promotion Council aims to empower individuals and families and address the environment in which they live, learn, work and play.
Vanesa Karamanian, MD, MPH
Phone: 267-350-7685

(University of Pennsylvania's Netter Center For Community Partnerships)
14 District schools and 2 charter schools

AUNI aims to help build and sustain healthy communities by promoting nutrition education, food access, and physical activity in West Philadelphia.
Katera Y. Moore, PhD
Phone: 215-898-1600

Vetri Community Partnership LogoServes:
6 District schools and 8 charter and private schools

Vetri Community Partnership involves students in hands-on cooking experiences and promoting healthy habits that emphasize the importance of nutritious foods.
Kelly Herrenkohl
Chief Operating Officer
Phone: 215-600-2630