Center for Regional Food Systems
Michigan Good Food Fund Specialist, Innovation Counselor
As part of the MSU Center for Regional Food Systems and the Product Center teams, Jamie manages the Michigan Good Food Fund, a $30M public-private partnership program that helps food enterprises get the technical assistance and financing needed to bring more healthy and affordable foods into our communities.
A Registered Dietitian, Jamie holds a Master of Public Health from the University of Michigan – Flint, a Bachelor’s degree in Dietetics from Michigan State University, and Bachelor’s degree in Biology from the University of South Florida.
Jamie’s career spans across multiple public health issues including cancer, HIV/AIDS, nutrition education, food access, and healthy food financing. She has written several nutrition education interventions, is the co-author of Funding Sources for Food-Related Businesses, and is published on nutrition education and behavior change as well as women of reproductive age’s knowledge of consuming safe drinking water.