At her day job, Jodi Risse directs the nutrition services program for the Anne Arundel (MD) Public Schools. It’s quite a job as Arundel is one of the country’s 50 largest districts with an enrollment of around 78,000 and almost 120 school sites. Risse’s department has an annual budget of more than $25 million and it serves in excess of 40,000 meals a day. But Risse also has another role in support of the district nutrition services program: that of host of a local cable ...

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