Holly Calhoun is the Project Manager for the Tackling Hunger Project at the Public Health Institute, where she conducts research on promising and emerging practices to engage the health care sector in addressing food insecurity and chronic disease. Holly has over ten years of experience working to increase fresh food access and affordability and build a healthy, sustainable food system through policy change and program development at the national, state, and local levels. She joined PHI in 2012, bringing with her extensive experience in leading diverse groups of stakeholders to improve community health through nutrition education and fresh food access while creating economic opportunities for local farmers. At PHI, she has served as the Project Coordinator of the Healthy Farms Healthy People Coalition, the Healthy Food Systems Coordinator for the Public Health Alliance of Southern California, and coordinated the Farm to Fork program for Roots of Change and the California Food Policy Council. Prior to joining PHI, Holly coordinated a farm to school program, managed the Echo Park Farmers’ Market, and designed and implemented a Market Match/healthy incentive program at five farmers’ markets in Los Angeles County.