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Rayna Andrews is a public health ambassador, author, and activist with her core work in food security. Rayna is the Founder of the Healthy Food Movement,  a wellness company focused on food security and food literacy in underserved communities. She is helping to change the narrative around food insecurity through education, literacy, and community engagement. 

We respect Rayna’s commitment to community building through food. Rayna’s  spirited personality and her devotion to helping others heal through food and lifestyle practices has led her to a fruitful career in food banking where she has led and participated in countless studies that focus on building equity and justice in the food movement. As the host of the radio show “Our Community, Our Health,” Rayna helps bring clarity to our healthcare system and always marries the intersectionality of food. You can tune in to her live radio show “Our Community, Our Health” every Friday at 4 p.m. (CST) on WNOV 860 a.m. and 106.5 FM.

Rayna is committed to improving people’s lives, advancing health equity, and driving change in the food system. We appreciate her sensible, tell-it-like-it-is attitude and her unflappable commitment to a more sovereign food system. Rayna enjoys sharing her experiences with children and adults alike. You can view her TEDx on "Food Insecurity is a Public Health Concern" on YouTube. You can check out her children’s book about healthy eating, “Alex McGreen and the Tale of the Mysterious Kale,” on Amazon or get a signed copy here



Account Manager - Strategic Markets at United Way of Greater Milwaukee & Waukesha County

Rayna recently moderated a panel discussion for United Way of Greater Milwaukee & Waukesha County’s Leadership Society and did an amazing job leading an effective, informative and lively discussion. Not only did she rise to the occasion by offering her knowledge and expertise in the subject matter, she graced us with her professionalism, preparation and poise. This engagement was one example of why Rayna is not only an asset to her organization, but to our community as a whole. I would recommend Rayna, and likely ask her to assist my team again, as a speaker, facilitator or moderator.

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