Pamela Berg, MPH ’02, directs the Center for a Livable Future’s Food Systems Education Program. Her interests are in the intersection of nutrition, food security and environmental health.
food systems; sustainable diets; food animal production; online education; food systems literacy
Experiences & Accomplishments
Director, Food Systems Education Program, Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future
Co-director, Food Systems, the Environment and Public Health Certificate Program
Co-manager, MPH concentration in Food Systems
Honors & Awards
Excellence in teaching, Introduction to Food Systems and Public Health (co-instructor)
Delta Omega Award for Innovative Public Health Curriculum – Second Place, for Food Systems, Public Health and the Environment Certificate (co-director)
Walker P, Rhubart Berg P, McKenzie S, Kelling K, Lawrence RL. Public Health Implications of Meat Production and Consumption. Public Health Nutrition 08(04): 348-356, 2005.