WEBINAR — see for yourself
Improving the Senior Adult Experience
The Commodity Food Supplemental Program (CSFP) exists to improve the health of low-income elderly persons at least 60 years of age by supplementing their diets with nutritious USDA Foods. The Jacobs & Cushman San Diego Food Bank (JCSDFB) has a robust CSFP program, serving thousands of seniors monthly. One year ago, JCSDFB and Oasis Insight pioneered improved technology for CSFP customer intake and food distribution, certification and recertification. Learn about the development, implementation and initial outcomes and how it has greatly improved the process and experience for seniors, staff and volunteers. If you work with seniors and/or food distribution in any way, this webinar is for you!
A San Diego native, Vanessa joined the Jacobs & Cushman San Diego Food Bank in 2003. As Vice President of Operations, Vanessa oversees all Food Bank programs, operations, and external partnerships. Over the last ten years, Vanessa has participated in both leadership and management programs including the Fieldstone Emerging Leaders Program and LEAD San Diego. It was through LEAD that Vanessa was introduced to the Bayside Community Center, and she now serves as Vice President of the Board of Directors. Vanessa also serves on the National CSFP Association Board of Directors, and she volunteers as a Big Sister for the Big Brothers, Big Sisters Program of San Diego.
Kyle Minckler began assisting communities as an Implementation Specialist at Simon Solutions in 2007, while also attending the University of North Alabama. Kyle is passionate about educating the users of our products and helping them achieve their goals. He now resides in Bella Vista, AR with his wife, Sadie, and three young boys: Henry, Harlow & Max.
Improved technology for CSFP customer intake and food distribution, certification and recertification
Process of development, implementation and initial outcomes of the technology
Improved the process and experience for seniors, staff and volunteers