1040 North Second Street
Gina Adams works with a variety of community organizations to ensure that limited resource families have access to information on good nutrition and physical activity.
INEP provides classes that teach participants how to use their food dollars wisely, select healthy food for their families, prepare and store food safely, and balance food intake with physical activity. INEP programming is evidence based and includes the curriculum Catch® Kids Club, Eating Smart Being Active, OrganWise Guys, Food of the Month, Loving Your Family Feeding Their Future, It's Fun To Be Healthy, Eat Smart Live Strong.
Gina received her Bachelor of Science degree in Human Service from Judson University in 2012 and her Masters in the Art of Teaching from Kaplan University in 2014.