Mar 16, 2023
Tambra Raye Stevenson is the founder of WANDA, Women Advancing Nutrition Dietetics and Agriculture, a pipeline and platform for women and girls as "food sheroes" in Africa and the African diaspora, who lead building better food systems for healthier communities. As a champion for making foods of the African diaspora for health and identity, Tambra is also the founder of NATIVSOL Kitchen, which provides Pan-African nutrition education.
Tambra is championing an inclusive food system and preserving the nutrition and food of the African diaspora. She is passionate about expanding access to healthy food and nutrition services and serves on several committees and boards working toward comprehensive nutrition policy reform including The Agriculture Secretary appointed her to serve on the National Agricultural Research, Extension, Education and Economics Advisory Board.
Her work has been featured in The Washington Post, NPR's All Things Considered, Forbes, and numerous other places- too many to mention here. Also, she was featured in the recent award-winning "Food for the People" exhibit curated by the Smithsonian Anacostia Community Museum.
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