Supporting Those Who Nourish Their Communities Through SNAP Education
ASNNA is the Association of SNAP Nutrition Education Administrators.
We are a professional organization for SNAP Nutrition Education administrators dedicated to improving the nutritional status of SNAP recipients and those eligible for SNAP-Ed.
By utilizing comprehensive, integrated approaches to nutrition education and obesity prevention, food security, and physical activity, we work together to promote communication at the state, regional, and national levels with program issues and success. ASNNA also serves as a nationwide resource for nutrition education and obesity prevention, network expertise, partnership development, and policy advocacy.
We strive to advance successful practices that lead to incorporating the Dietary Guidelines for Americans, specifically among SNAP-eligible individuals and communities.
February 3rd, 2020
ASNNA Nutrition Education
and Obesity Prevention Grant Program Recommendations
The Association of SNAP Nutrition Education Administrators (ASNNA) extends its appreciation to leaders from 21 states who participated in a workshop on implementing provisions of the SNAP Nutrition Education and Obesity Prevention Services Grant Program (SNAP-Ed) in the 2018 Farm Bill. The convening was held on February 3, 2020, in Alexandria, Virginia. See the Full Paper Here
Race, Health & Social Equity Committee
Social Marketing Committee
Event News | January 27, 2022 | 4pm EST
Webinar: The Role of Racial Equity in SNAP-Ed Part 2: Authentic Resident Engagement as a Model to Advance Equity
Join our hosts, UNC’S SNAP-Ed Toolkit Team and ASNNA’s Race, Health and Social Equity Committee, for a two-part training which will provide an overview of why and how to do authentic resident engagement, followed by a discussion session on applying the four working principles to our SNAP-Ed activities.
Event News | January 31, 2022 | 4pm EST
Webinar: The Role of Racial Equity in SNAP-Ed Part 2: Authentic Resident Engagement as a Model to Advance Equity – Discussion
Join our hosts, UNC’S SNAP-Ed Toolkit Team and ASNNA’s Race, Health and Social Equity Committee, for a facilitated small group discussion on how to operationalize authentic resident engagement in a SNAP-Ed setting. This webinar is a continuation of information presented at January 27th’s session, and will be capped at 200 to allow for small group discussion.