Lisa (Farmer) Lauer, MSEd
Lisa (Farmer) Lauer
Missouri Department of Health & Senior Services, Bureau of Community Health & Wellness
Lisa (Farmer) Lauer is a Senior Nutritionist at the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services, Bureau of Community Health and Wellness. Her current duties include early care and education (ECE) lead on the CDC-Missouri Physical Activity and Nutrition grant team, and the nutrition lead on the CDC-Missouri Healthy Schools grant team.
Lisa has over 20 years of diverse community nutrition experience that includes developing education materials for 4-H, program development and execution for an urban cooperative extension, head start nutrition coordinator and farm to school director. She developed and taught over 20 cooking classes for a culinary center, and 16 years as the Fox-4 Nutritionist on WDAF-TV in Kansas City. This broad knowledge base sets her apart from many of her peers and offers a vision of seamless nutrition and wellness education for nutrition professionals, school stakeholders and families. She loves teaching students of all ages, and recently completed her masters degree in adult learning and leadership from Kansas State University. When not working, Lisa enjoys spending time with her family, cooking, and exploring flea markets.
- Taking the Pulse: Nutrition and Wellness Quality of Child Care Settings
Tuesday, October 11
9:45 AM – 11:15 AM