|Katherine Brieger, RD, CCE, CPHQ
Katherine serves as the Executive Director of the Warwick Area Migrant Committee. Following the retirement of Stanley Grajewski, in 2016, she assumed the position at that time. Katherine has worked in a number of capacities with the farmworker community over the last thirty years.
She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Foods and Nutrition from the College of Saint Elizabeth and a Master’s degree from NYU in Clinical Nutrition. She is a Certified Content Expert with the National Committee for Quality Assurance, a Registered Dietitian and a Certified Professional in Healthcare Quality. Katherine is also employeed as the Chief of Staff Development and Patient Experience for HRHCare, a network of Federally Qualified Community Health Centers. In her role, with HRHCare, Katherine has also served as the Executive Director of the ALAMO Community Center.
Katherine has focused much of her career in the area of Migrant and Seasonal farmworkers. She has served as a National Advisor on several programs, including serving as the Chair of the National Advisor Council on Nutrition for Women, Children and Infants-USDA and the National Center for Farmworker Health-Women’s Health Project. She is recognized as an expert in nutrition, publishing curriculua for early childhood education programs. Katherine lives in Pine Island, New York-the heart of the black dirt region.
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