Whether you live in a community that does not currently have a support group or want to help improve one that is already in existence, this workshop will give you tools to take home and immediately get things moving in a positive direction.
Jill Mindlin is a practicing attorney who resides in Port Washington, New York. She practices in the area of commercial real estate. She received a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Pennsylvania and a Juris Doctor from Brooklyn Law School. Jill is a member of the FARE Advisory Council and is also on the FARE Advocacy Committee. She has been involved in drafting legislation and school guidelines for caring for... Read More →
Kelly has a BS in Chemistry (Lewis & Clark College - Portland OR) as well as an MS in Nutrition Science and Policy from Tufts University. She was in the kitchen at Camp Blue Spruce for the first year of camp making sure the food was free of allergens and that the gluten-free, vegan baked goods were yummy! She loves culinary challenges and has managed her daughter's life-threatening peanut allergy and gluten-intolerance in a... Read More →
Tammy Zundel received her Bachelor of Social Work from Utah Valley University and is currently working on her Master of Social Work Degree at the University of Utah. Soon after Tammy’s daughter was diagnosed with an eosinophilic disorder in 2007, she organized Utah’s only support and advocacy group entitled ‘Utah Eosinophilic Disorder Association’. This past year Tammy chose to merge her group with the Utah Food Allergy... Read More →