Isel coordinates Farm to Early Childhood Learning collaboratives and SNAP-Ed programming in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. She promotes network building, information sharing and community storytelling activities highlighting how local foods grow and why they are so deliciously good for our bodies. Isel, an appointed member of the Philadelphia Food Policy Advisory Council, earned a master’s degree in Public Policy and Administration from Rutgers University.
Favorite snack: Tomatoes from the vine
Hometown pride for: Barrio Nuevo, Bayamón
Most valuable cooking utensil: All hail the pressure cooker