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Food Insecurity in the Hanover Community: How Data Collection can Improve Community Policy

By Allison Greenday

Hometown: Mechanicsville, Virginia

Department: Public Policy

Advisor: John McGlennon

 

My research will focus on how local governments can use data collection methods to formulate practical, targeted policies for their specific communities through a case study of a survey run in Hanover County, VA. The survey will be distributed to food pantries and similar charitable organizations and collect data about the conditions surrounding food insecurity, leading to policy suggestions customized for the Hanover community.

 

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