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Dr. Natalie DiNicola to speak about sustainable food systems on March 30 at Chatham’s Eden Hall Campus

PITTSBURGH:  The Falk School of Sustainability at Chatham University is hosting a Leaders Engaged in Advancing the Dialogue (L.E.A.D.) “Dig-in Dialogue” event on March 30, 2015 at 5:30 pm in the Lodge at Chatham University’s Eden Hall Campus, located at 6035 Ridge Road, Gibsonia, PA 15044. The event will provide the opportunity to engage in conversation about sustainable food systems, nutrition and modern agriculture and meet others in the community who are interested in discussing and learning more about these topics, as well as networking and dialogue with Natalie DiNicola, Ph.D., Vice President of Sustainable Agriculture Partnerships, Monsanto. Event is by invite only. 

In her work leading Monsanto’s sustainable ag partnerships team, Dr. DiNicola oversees the development of public-private partnerships to improve food security, conserve natural resources and improve the livelihood of farmers around the world through the adoption of technologies and practices. She has worked with Monsanto for 13 years in several roles, including global environmental stewardship, government affairs and global regulatory structures. Previously, DiNicola was a Federation of Animal Sciences Societies Congressional Science Fellow in Washington, D.C., where she worked on issues related to agriculture and environment, and focused on the use of science in policy-making.

Dr. DiNicola has a doctorate in environmental toxicology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and a bachelor’s degree in biology and environmental biology from St. Mary’s College.


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