Angie Tagtow is a registered dietitian, environmental nutrition consultant, and international speaker who educates eaters, organizations, opinion leaders, and policymakers on sustainable and resilient food and water systems that promote good health, vibrant communities, and environmental stewardship. Her consulting firm, Environmental Nutrition Solutions, takes an ecological approach to food and health by leveraging policies to build resilient and sustainable food systems that advance public health. Additionally, she is the cofounder of the Iowa Food Policy Council and is the coordinator of the Iowa Food Access and Health Working Group. Tagtow is the founder and managing editor of the Journal of Hunger and Environmental Nutrition, which coalesces local, national and international hunger and environmental nutrition issues. Her “Good Food Checklists” – featuring dozens of everyday healthful and environmentally sustainable choices for families – has been distributed to audiences around the world. Tagtow has 20 years of experience working in public health nutrition and food system arenas. She has held leadership positions in many state and national organizations and currently leads a national work group in developing Standards of Professional Performance for Registered Dietitians in Sustainable, Resilient and Healthy Food and Water Systems. She was also a member of the 2008-2009 class of IATP Food and Society Policy Fellows.