Department of Juvenile Justice works to protect and serve the citizens of Georgia by holding young offenders accountable for their actions and by supporting these children to become productive lives as law-abiding citizens. Despite that there is confusion and misinformation around the treatment of kids in the care of DJJ.
This episode I speak with Stephanie Henesy, Chief of the Office of Nutrition & Food Services at DJJ. She sheds light on what the nutrition department does to nourish and support the students at DJJ.
Stephanie Henesy has been named the 2019 Young Dietitian of the Year by the Georgia Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. You will have a sense of why Stephanie stands out from her peers and is an award willing young professional by the end of our conversation together.
This episode we discuss
- How to successfully on board yourself in a new administrative food service position
- How DJJ food service compares to other school nutrition operations
- Gardening programs and nutrition education at DJJ
- The true purpose of administrative reviews