Alice White, MPH, CHESĀ®

College of Family and Consumer Sciences

Alumni, Foods and Nutrition

UGA SNAP-Ed Associate Coordinator

001B Barrow Hall
115 DW Brooks Dr.
Athens, GA 30602


workOffice Phone: 706-583-0343


Degree Field of Study Institution Graduation
MPH Health Promotion and Behavior University of Georgia May 2015
BSFCS Dietetics University of Georgia August 2013
Graduate Certificate Obesity and Weight Management University of Georgia Currently enrolled

Job Description

As the UGA SNAP-Ed Associate Coordinator, my primary responsibility is managing and supporting the direct education arm of UGA SNAP-Ed. The direct education piece of UGA SNAP-Ed includes 3 unique curricula: Food Talk, Food Talk: Farmers Market, and Food Talk: Better U. These curricula are delivered to low-income Georgians through UGA Extension SNAP-Ed Program Assistants. I have the pleasure of working closely with Program Assistants, SNAP-Ed Educators, and FACS Extension Agents in our 7 implementing counties (Bartow, Clarke, Clayton, Coffee, DeKalb, Fulton, and Gilmer) as well as the 4 FACS Program Development Coordinators across the state.

About Me

I am an experienced public health professional with a strong interest in promoting positive health behaviors through policy, systems, and environmental changes. With a Bachelor of Science in Dietetics and a Master of Public Health in Health Promotion & Education, my primary interest is healthy eating and active living initiatives to prevent and mitigate chronic diseases. 

Currently, I am the Associate Coordinator with the University of Georgia’s SNAP-Ed project. Before stepping into this position, I served as a SNAP-Ed Research Professional II where I was able to impact the development of UGA SNAP-Ed programming by proposing more efficient systems and protocols that improved data quality and strategic planning efforts. For more information about UGA SNAP-Ed, visit, and check out our website at

I am always interested in hearing from folks who share the desire to empower others and who advocate for the well-being of our communities, nation, and world. In whatever way that might be, I hope that we can connect and unite our efforts to truly improve and protect public health.