Rich Crandall Chairman of Child Nutrition Resource

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Rich Crandall is the Chairman of the Board for Child Nutrition Resource (CN Resource), a team of talented and dedicated dietitians and child nutritionists who work with state agencies and districts throughout the country to improve their Federal Child Nutrition programs.

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Rich Crandall Chairman of Child Nutrition Resource Rich Crandall is the Chairman of the Board for Child Nutrition Resource (CN Resource), a team of talented and dedicated dietitians and child nutritionists who work with state agencies and districts throughout the country to improve their Federal Child Nutrition programs. Crandall graduated with summa cum laude honors from the University of Notre Dame with a Master ’ s in Business Administration (MBA). He is one of the few CPAs in the nation who is also a certified School Nutrition Specialist.

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Rich Crandall Chairman of the Board Rich Crandall is the Chairman of the Board for Child Nutrition Resource (CN Resource), a cadre of dietitians and child nutritionists who work with state agencies to ensure their Local Education Agencies comply with Federal Child Nutrition requirements. His primary goal is ensuring that his clients are fully compliant with these regulations so that children are properly nourished, and ready to learn in school.

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Rich Crandall Passion for Education Rich Crandall has a passion for education that he says was born out of being a father to seven children and six step-children. He has sat on a School Board, been elected as a State Representative in Arizona, a State Senator, and a State School Chief in Wyoming. He hopes to one day lead a team of education experts to help enrich the lives of kids in a large, urban school district.

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Rich Crandall Creator of the First Teacher Cabinet in Wyoming Rich Crandall served for a brief time as the Director of the Wyoming Department of Education until the Wyoming Supreme Court ruled the Legislature and Governor did not have the authority to create the position. In less than a year as the Director, Crandall was able to create some positive change within the department. He created the first ever Teacher Cabinet, a group of 15 exceptional teachers who provide feedback on department policies.

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