Hollyanne Fricke, MPH

Project Manager

hfricke@centerfornutrition.org

 

 Areas of Expertise

  • Relationship between food security, hunger-coping behaviors, and dietary patterns
  • Coexistence of hunger and food insecurity with obesity (hunger-obesity paradox)
  • Evaluation of technical assistance and policy advocacy campaigns
  • Trained in ArcGIS (geographic information system) software used to analyze and share geographic data, and create maps

Food Story

Fricke first became interested in the intersection between food, society, and the environment while taking a sociology course at Creighton University, ultimately leading her to pursue a graduate degree in public health. In her free time, she loves blogging about all things food and experiencing Omaha’s growing local foods scene.


Academic History

M.P.H., Health Behavior and Health Promotion, The University of Arizona, 2011

B.S., Sociology, B.A., Spanish, Creighton University, 2009


Publications