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2016-2019_CCNP_Certification_Badge.png“The CCNP Certification allows me to be competitive in the child care community. Parents know that I am commited to the health and well-being of each child in my care.” Cassandra Owens, CCNP


2016-2019_CMP_Certification_Badge.png“Being committed to professional standards is important as a sponsor of CACFP because I want to improve and maintain the health and nutritional status of children in care while promoting the development of good eating habits.” Pat Siergiey, CMP


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How to Earn Your CACFP Certification


Requirements Review

Review the requirements of the certification designation for which you would like to apply. Determine whether or not you meet the requirements needed to qualify for a specific certification category.

Documentation Checklist
Gather copies of all your training documents (including certificate of training, attendance, transcripts) using the checklist for the Certification Level for which you are applying.

Application Process
Complete the application form and submit it together with documentation and certification payment to the address listed on the form. You can also complete this process online here.

Certification Confirmation
After review and upon approval of your application, NCA will send you a confirmation letter indicating you have earned your CACFP Professional Certification. If you would like NCA to alert a supervisor, state agency representative, and/or media, simply supply the appropriate contact information on the application and we will also send an email notice regarding your achievement to any agencies as requested and announce on social media.

Application Fees
CACFP Child Nutrition Professional $75.00
CACFP Management Professional $175.00

Incomplete Applications
If NCA receives an incomplete application, candidates will receive a letter listing additional documentation needed to earn your certification. Requested documents must be received by NCA within 30 calendar days of receipt of notice. If NCA receives your documents after 30 calendar days, you will have to re-submit the entire application and pay the initial certification fee again. The application fee is non-refundable.

Dual Certification
CACFP Professionals may hold both certifications. If you apply for both at the same time, candidates must submit an application form, documentation of education and experience as well as the application fee for each of the certification designations. If a candidate holds one certification and applies for a second certification at a later date, s/he will be given a new certification expiration date specific to that designation.  S/he will be expected to meet the CEU requirements and fees for each of their designations at that expiration date.

 

Training Hours


Earning Continuing Education Units (CEUs)
The purpose of CEUs is to provide job-related professional development and growth experiences. Annual training (earning CEUs) is a requirement to earn and maintain your CACFP Certification. Candidates can earn continuing education credits in any of the following ways:

● Webinars & Online Training Participation
● Workshops/Trainings/Conference Attendance
● Secondary Learning Coursework

Calculating Hours
CEUs should be recorded in one-hour increments and must be a minimum of one hour in length. Training that is three hours in length earns attendees three CEUs’. Training that is one and half hours in length earns attendees one CEU.

Requirements can also be met by taking relevant college courses.

1 Credit Hour College Course = 16 CEU Hours
2 Credit Hour College Course = 32 CEU Hours
3 Credit Hour College Course = 48 CEU Hours

Identifying Hours: CEU Specialties
Education credits should be self-declared in one these following categories:

Specialty 1— Nutrition
i.e.; Understanding Whole Grains, Best Practices, Infant, Child & Adult Nutrition, Child obesity Prevention, Eating Behaviors, Dietary Guidelines,  Special Diets, Food Allergies, CACFP Substitutions, Picky Eaters, Breast Feeding, CACFP Meal Patterns, Creditable Foods, CN & Manufacturer Labeling

Specialty 2— Program Operations
i.e.; Record-Keeping, Menu Planning, Creditable Foods, Meal Patterns, Claims Processing, Meal Service, Program Monitoring

Specialty 3-- Training & Technology
i.e.; Monitoring, Training Strategies, CACFP Software, Online Training, Provider Resources

Specialty 4 – Program Administration
i.e.; Serious Deficiency, CACFP Management Plans, Program Integrity, Enrollment, Eligibility, NDL, Program Eligibility, Training, Childcare Licensing, Program Recordkeeping, Program Appeals

Specialty 5 – Financial Management
i.e.; Budgeting, Claims, Cost-Allocation, Financial Management, Accounting, OMB Super Circular, Procurement, Administrative Payment Systems, Program Review and Audit Requirements

Specialty 6 – Non-profit Management
i.e.; Staffing, Marketing, Communications, Vendor Management, Program Eligibility, Governing Bodies

Specialty 7 – Civil Rights & Policy
i.e.; Civil Rights, Advocacy, Regulations, Child Nutrition Reauthorization, IOM

*Specialties 1-3 are required for the CACFP Child Nutrition Professional and education credits in specialties 1-7 are required for the CACFP Management Professional certification.


Maintaining Certification

Your CACFP Professional Certification is valid for three years.


Renewal Process

Six months before your certification is due to expire, NCA will email you a renewal form. It is your responsibility to renew on time to avoid your certification being canceled. Each individual is responsible for maintaining and keeping records of CEUs earned.

Submit your renewal fee with the renewal form to NCA at least four weeks prior to certification expiration. After NCA reviews and approves your certification renewal, you will receive notification of approval. If your renewal form is incomplete, you will receive a letter explaining what is required to maintain your certification.

NCA will check proof of CEUs via a random audit. Only those chosen for the audit will be required to send in documentation of CEUs earned. If you are selected for an audit, a notification to send CEU documentation to NCA will be included in your annual renewal notice

If NCA does not receive your renewal documents within 30 calendar days of your certification renewal date, you will have to re-submit a new application and pay the initial certification fee again.

 

Renewal Requirements
You must complete the required number of CEUs during your certification period to be eligible for renewal.

CACFP Child Nutrition Professional
(16) Hours CEU in Specialties 1-3 with a minimum of (2) CEUs in each specialty

CACFP Management Professional
(24) Hours CEU in Specialties 1-7 with a minimum of (2) CEUs in each specialty


Certification Renewal Fees
CACFP Child Nutrition Professional $50.00
CACFP Management Professional $100.00

 


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DUAL CCNP and CMP

Aimee Beam, CMP, CCNP  ●  DE Department of Education  ●  Dover  ●  Delaware

Alan Mills, CMP, CCNP  ●  Community Childcare Food Supplement, Inc  ●  Savannah  ●  Georgia

Alva Johnston, CMP, CCNP  ●  FP Assistance, Inc.  ●  Forney  ●  Texas

Amy Allen, CMP, CCNP  ●  Southern New Hampshire Services, Inc.  ●  Raymond   ●  New Hampshire

Ana Laura Cortazar, CMP, CCNP  ●  Community Council of Idaho, Inc  ●  Caldwell  ●  Idaho

Angie Dyson, CMP, CCNP  ●  Cornerstone Family Ministries  ●  Tampa  ●  Florida

Angie Holmberg, CMP, CCNP  ●  Adults & Children Alliance  ●  Lakeville  ●  Minnesota

Anji Armagost, CMP, CCNP   ●  Nutrition Works  ●  Boise  ●  Idaho

Anna Lockwood, CMP, CCNP  ●  Our Daily Bread of Tn., Inc.  ●  Knoxville  ●  Tennessee

Barbara Wagner CMP, CCNP  ●  Child Care Council of Nassau  ●  Garden City  ●  New York

Beth Carlton , CMP, CCNP   ●  Child Care Links  ●  Hutchinson  ●  Kansas

Beverley Cummins Ferrell, CMP, CCNP  ●  Healthy Centers Healthy Kids  ●  Flowood  ●  Missouri

Billie Jo Meehan, CMP, CCNP  ●  Child Care Resource Network  ●  Buffalo   ●  New York

Candayce Howard, CMP, CCNP  ●  Our Daily Bread of TN  ●  Memphis   ●  Tennessee

Carol Wentworth, CMP, CCNP   ●  Texans Can Academies  ●  Wylie  ●  Texas

Catherine Harper, CMP, CCNP  ●  Nutrition for Children, Inc  ●  Champaign  ●  Illinois

Cathy Rosa, CMP, CCNP  ●  HOPES CAP Inc.  ●  Hoboken  ●  New Jersey

Chevonne Potter, CCNP, CMP  ●  CACFP Nutrition Resources  ●  Houston  ●  Texas

Christa Widener, CMP, CCNP  ●  Upper Cumberland Human Resource Agency  ●  Cookeville  ●  Tennessee

Christine McLean, CMP, CCNP  ●  Acelero Learning   ●  Perth Amboy   ●  New Jersey

Christy Frazier, CMP, CCNP   ●  United 4 Children  ●  St. Louis  ●  Missouri

Connie Morrison, CMP, CCNP   ●  Pinal Gila Community Child Services, Inc.  ●  Coolidge  ●  Arizona

Corina Cox, CMP, CCNP  ●  Noah's Ark CACFP  ●  Chanute   ●  Kansas

Cynthia Ehrhart, CMP, CCNP  ●  Navy Mid Atlantic IC Region Child and Youth Pros  ●  Norfolk  ●  Virginia

Dana Williams, CMP, CCNP  ●  Mtn Home AFB Family Child Care  ●  Mtn Home AFB  ●  Idaho

Denise Andrews, CMP, CCNP  ●  For The Children CACFP  ●   Vici  ●  Oklahoma

Dietrich  Nickleberry-Love, CMP, CCNP  ●  DNL Food Management Consulting Services  ●  Plano  ●  Texas

Donald Reese Goff, CMP, CCNP  ●  Child Care Resources  ●  Richmond  ●  Virginia

Donna Paxton, CMP, CCNP  ●  Creating Tasty Choices Food Program  ●  Cleveland   ●  Texas

Dr. Lawrence Karow, CMP, CCNP  ●  UMC Food Ministry  ●  Latonia  ●  Kentucky

Ekta Patel, CMP, CCNP  ●  Family services  ●  High Point  ●  North Carolina

Elizabeth Wittusen, CMP, CCNP   ●  Child Nutrition, Inc.  ●  Bealeton  ●  Virginia

Heather Coverdale, CMP, CCNP  ●  DE Department of Education   ●  Dover  ●  Delaware

Jamie Swan, CMP, CCNP  ●  Community Action Partnership of Strafford County  ●  Dover  ●  New Hampshire

Janice VanSant, CMP, CCNP  ●  Children & Families First  ●  Wilmington   ●  Delaware

Jennifer Kimbrell, CMP, CCNP  ●  Save the Children  ●  Ruleville  ●  Mississippi

Jill Barracato, CMP, CCNP  ●  Greenbelt Children's Center  ●  Greenbelt   ●  Maryland

Joshua Smith, CMP, CCNP   ●  Our Daily Bread of Tn., Inc.  ●  Knoxville  ●  Tennessee

Jslena Robertson CMP, CCNP  ●  Lancaster Early Education Center  ●  Lancaster   ●  Pennsylvania

Julia Whitebird, CCNP, CMP  ●  Leech Lake Early Childhood   ●  Cass Lake  ●  Minnesota

Julie Greene, CMP, CCNP  ●  Hampton Road Community Action Program Inc.  ●  Smithfield   ●  Virginia

Karen Ray, CMP, CCNP  ●  Regina Coeli Child Development Center  ●  Slidell  ●  Louisiana

Kasie Broherd, CMP, CCNP  ●  Our Daily Bread of Tennessee  ●  Knoxville  ●  Tennessee

Kati Wagner, CMP, CCNP  ●  Wildwood CACFP, Inc  ●  Centennial  ●  Colorado

Kim Kovol, CMP, CCNP  ●  Bean's Cafe  ●  Anchorage  ●  Alaska

Lana Taylor, CMP, CCNP  ●  Indiana Alliance of Boys & Girls Clubs  ●  Rushville  ●  Indiana

Leah Penna, CMP, CCNP  ●  FP Assistance, Inc.  ●  Forney  ●  Texas

Lisa Means, CMP, CCNP  ●  The Villages of Indiana  ●  Bloomington  ●  Indiana

Lisa Nimmer, CMP, CCNP  ●  Healthy Kids  ●  Greenville  ●  Alabama

Lorraine Scuccimarra, CMP, CCNP  ●  Child Care Council of Dutchess & Putnam, Inc.  ●  Poughkeepsie  ●  New York

Maves Ranola CMP, CCNP  ●  Lutheran Services Florida  ●  Tampa  ●  Florida

Megan Evenson, CMP, CCNP  ●  Family Service  ●  Lincoln  ●  Nebraska

Mindy David-Graybeal, CMP, CCNP  ●  First Choice Support Services Inc.  ●  Salina   ●  Kansas

Molly Manley, CMP, CCNP   ●  Child Care Answers  ●  Indianapolis  ●  Indiana

Nelzarle Wynn, CMP, CCNP  ●  Vision Educational Center  ●  Dillon  ●  South Carolina

Nina Dodd, CMP, CCNP  ●  Gulf coast Community Services Association  ●  Houston  ●  Texas

Norma Collado, CMP, CCNP  ●  Kingsbridge Heights CC  ●  Bronx  ●  New York

Pam Ehmke, CMP, CCNP  ●  Noah's Ark CACFP  ●  Chanute  ●  Kansas

Patrice Siergiey, CMP, CCNP  ●  Capstone Community Action  ●  Barre  ●  Vermont

Paula Dean, CMP, CCNP  ●  Detroit Public School Community District  ●  Detroit  ●  Michigan

Phillip Hester, CMP, CCNP    ●  Our Daily Bread of Tn., Inc.  ●  Knoxville  ●  Tennessee

Rhonda Garvin, CMP, CCNP   ●  Navy Child and Youth Programs  ●  Norfolk  ●  Virginia

Robin Paul, CMP, CCNP  ●  Mid Michigan Child Care Centers, Inc  ●  Freeland  ●  Michigan

Ruth Uhey, CMP, CCNP  ●  Delaware Department of Education  ●  Dover  ●  Delaware

Sandra Marty, CMP, CCNP  ●  Highland Foods  ●  Miami   ●  Florida

Sandra Ruballo, CMP, CCNP  ●  Highland Food Resources, Inc.  ●  Miami  ●  Florida

Senta Hester, CMP, CCNP    ●  Our Daily Bread of Tn., Inc.  ●  Knoxville  ●  Tennessee

Shannon Amos, CMP, CCNP  ●  Children's Hunger Alliance  ●  Columbus  ●  Ohio

Shauna Kendell, CCNP  ●  Childrens Classic  ●  Ogden  ●  Utah

Sonia Jaramillo, CMP, CCNP  ●  Monterey County - Head Start and Early Head Start  ●  Gonzales  ●  California

Stacie Shurock, CMP, CCNP  ●  Child Care Consultants, Inc.  ●  York  ●  Pennsylvania

Suzanne Zanella, CMP, CCNP    ●  YMCA of Greater Pittsburgh  ●  Pittsburgh  ●  Pennsylvania

Sylvia Thomas, CMP, CCNP  ●  MS State University/ALLIES for Quality Child Care  ●  Jackson  ●  Mississippi

Tara Lee  Evans, CMP, CCNP  ●  Spokane Tribe of Indians  ●  Wellpinit  ●  Washington

Tina Bischoff, CMP, CCNP  ●  Inspire Development Centers  ●  Sunnyside  ●  Washington

Vernita Coleman, CMP, CCNP    ●  Our Daily Bread of Tn., Inc.  ●  Knoxville  ●  Tennessee

Yuwana Trice, CMP, CCNP  ●  Office Of School Nutrition Detroit Public Schools Community District  ●  Detroit  ●  Michigan

CACFP Management Professional (CMP)

Alix Melillo, CMP  ●  Food For Kids, Inc.  ●  Reno  ●  Nevada

Annetta Rutland, CMP   ●  4C for Children  ●  Cincinnati  ●  Ohio

Blanca Arteaga, CMP  ●  Children's Institute, Inc.  ●  Burbank   ●  California

Brenda Baldwin, CMP  ●  Southwest Human Development Services  ●  Austin  ●  Texas

Cara Sandoval Iversen, CMP  ●  Child Youth School Services - Army  ●  Honolulu  ●  Hawaii

Dorleen Wolbaum, CMP  ●  Heartland Child Nutrition, Inc.   ●  Bismark  ●  North Dakota

Elizabeth Curtis, CMP  ●  Southwest Human Development Services  ●  Austin  ●  Texas

Gail Birch, CMP   ●  Providers Choice  ●  Minnetonka  ●  Minnesota

Hayden Stanford, CMP  ●  Southwest Human Development Services  ●  Austin  ●  Texas

Jennifer Johnson, CMP  ●  Crowley's Ridge Development Council, Inc.  ●  Jonesboro  ●  Arkansas

Jennifer Molina, CMP  ●  Avance-Houston, Inc  ●  Houston  ●  Texas

Jo Ann Elliott Miller, CMP  ●  Child Development Resources of Ventura County, Inc.  ●  Oxnard   ●  California

Juan Flores, CMP  ●  Children's Institute, Inc.  ●  Los Angeles  ●  California

Kristy Fasulo, CMP  ●  Community Development Institute  ●  Newport News  ●  Virginia

Marie Archer, CMP  ●  PUC/AR Children  ●  Bigelow  ●  Arkansas

Michelle Davis, CMP  ●  Community Action, Inc.  ●  Topeka  ●  Kansas

Nicole Harris, CMP  ●  PUC/AR Children  ●  Bigelow  ●  Arkansas

Patrick Thomas, CMP  ●  US Army MWR CYSS  ●  APO  ●  New York

Paula MacKenzie, CMP  ●  Pathways for Children  ●  Gloucester  ●  Massachusetts

Rhonda Kobylecky, CMP  ●  Acelero Learning   ●  North Las Vegas  ●  Nevada

Santos Maldonado, CMP  ●  Second Harvest Food Bank Central Florida  ●  Orlando   ●  Florida

Shea Showers, CMP  ●  Peppermint Plantation, Inc  ●  Midland  ●  Texas

Sheana Behringer, LPN, CMP  ●  Northwestern Ohio Community Action Commission  ●  Defiance   ●  Ohio

Shelly Fuentes, CMP  ●  Peppermint Plantation  ●  Midland  ●  Texas

Stephanie Gray, CMP  ●  Yolo County Office of Education  ●  Woodland  ●  California

Susan Ison, CMP   ●  Helping Hands, Inc.  ●  Taylorsville  ●  Utah

Theresa Hutson, CMP  ●  Mee-mom's Quality Plus  ●  Philadelphia  ●  Pennsylvania

Valerie Cable, CMP  ●  Day Care Connection  ●  Lenexa  ●  Kansas

Vicki Lipscomb, CMP   ●  Child Nutrition Program, Inc.  ●  Charlotte  ●  North Carolina

Vickie Hartel, CMP  ●  Salem-Keizer Public Schools  ●  Salem  ●  Oregon

CACFP Child Nutrition Professional (CCNP)

Afonda Johnson, CCNP  ●  Children's Hunger Alliance  ●  Columbus  ●  Ohio

Aleisha D Smith, CCNP  ●  Spokane Dr  ●  Fruitland  ●  Washington

Amanda  Pour, CCNP  ●  Child Inc Head Start  ●  Austin  ●  Texas

Amparo Osorio, CCNP  ●  Highland Food Resources, Inc  ●  Miami  ●  Florida

Amy Stang, CCNP  ●  Child Care Resource Center  ●  Lorain  ●  Ohio

Amy Trenter, CCNP  ●  Lauretta M Eno Early Learning Center  ●  Quincy  ●  Illinois

Andrea Cuna-Bennett, CCNP  ●  Our Daily Bread of Tn., Inc.  ●  Knoxville  ●  Tennessee

Angeles Umana, CCNP  ●  Children's Institute, Inc.  ●  Los Angeles  ●  California

Angelique Ayala, CCNP  ●  CDI Headstart serving Rockaway Beach  ●  Rockaway Beach  ●  New York

Anne Zschoche, CCNP  ●  Child Care Aware of Steuben and Schuyler  ●  Bath  ●  New York

Anthony Mosely, CCNP  ●  Guilford Child Development  ●  Greensboro  ●  North Carolina

Ashley Yawn, CCNP  ●  Highland Food Resources  ●  Miami  ●  Florida

Barbara  Ortega, CCNP  ●  Human Services Association   ●  Huntington Park   ●  California

Bethanie  Roberts, CCNP  ●  AS Childrens Center  ●  Northridge  ●  California

Brenda Ladson Powell, CCNP  ●  Beaufort - Jasper EOC  ●  Ridgeland  ●  South Carolina

Cathy Richards, CCNP  ●  Child Care Resource Center  ●  Lorain  ●  Ohio

Charlene Olson, CCNP  ●  4C for Children  ●  Cincinnati  ●  Ohio

Corina Cortez, CCNP  ●  Inspire Development Centers  ●  Sunnyside  ●  Washington

Corlette Brooks, CCNP  ●  Palm Beach County School District  ●  Riviera Beach  ●  Florida

Crystal Rozelle, CCNP   ●  Family Enrichment Network  ●  Johnson City  ●  New York

Demond L. Woods, CCNP  ●  First Class Children's Center  ●  El Campo  ●  Texas

Destiny  Little , CCNP  ●  Center For New Communities  ●  San Antonio   ●  Texas

Donna Bourgeois, CCNP  ●  United Counseling Services  ●  Bennington  ●  Vermont

Elizabeth Brenis, CCNP  ●  Highland Food Resources, Inc  ●  Miami  ●  Florida

Emily Barrow, CCNP  ●  Child Care Answers  ●  Indianapolis  ●  Indiana

Erika Pena, CCNP  ●  Community Council of Idaho, Inc.   ●  Caldwell  ●  Idaho

Erin Casey, CCNP  ●  SNHS Inc.  ●  Manchester  ●  New Hampshire

Ginger Okumoto, CCNP  ●  Bean's Cafe  ●  Anchorage  ●  Alaska

Heather Ice, CCNP  ●  Noah's Ark CACFP  ●  Chanute  ●  Kansas

Hortense O. Bennet, CCNP  ●  Total Community Action  ●  New Orleans  ●  Louisiana

J Joy Nolan, CCNP  ●  DHS-Child Care  ●  Little Rock  ●  Arkansas

Jane Marquis, CCNP  ●  Nashua Adult Learning Center  ●  Nashua  ●  Ohio

Jasmyne Adams, CCNP  ●  The Bean Foundation  ●  Washington   ●  Washington, D.C.

Jason Brown, CCNP  ●  Delaware Department of Education  ●  Dover  ●  Delaware

Jean Bianchi, CCNP  ●  Clarendon Early Education Services, Inc.  ●  Bedford  ●  Massachusetts

Jennifer Medley, CCNP  ●  Guilford Child Development  ●  Greensboro  ●  North Carolina

Jennifer Reno, CCNP  ●  Anaheim Family YMCA  ●  Anaheim  ●  California

Joyce Wong, CCNP  ●  Food Services Group, Inc.  ●  White Plains  ●  New York

Julie Martinez, CCNP   ●  Rising Starz Child Care Center  ●  Carrollton  ●  Texas

Kara Flaming, CCNP  ●  Iowa Tribe of Oklahoma  ●  Perkins  ●  Oklahoma

Karen Palmer McKenzie, CCNP  ●  Lutheran Services of Florida  ●  West Palm Beach   ●  Florida

Kathy Kappeman, CCNP   ●  Child Care Links  ●  Hutchinson  ●  Kansas

Kelly Van Rheen, CCNP   ●  Motivation, Education & Training, Inc.  ●  Cleveland  ●  Texas

Kira Rodriguez, CCNP  ●  Lutheran Services Florida  ●  Tampa  ●  Florida

Kristina Bedikian, CCNP   ●  Acelero Head Start Clark County  ●  North Las Vegas  ●  Nevada

Laleya Christianson CCNP  ●  Bean's Cafe  ●  Anchorage  ●  Alaska

Lashae Coleman, CCNP  ●  YWCA of the Mohawk Valley  ●  Utica  ●  New York

Lindy Pagliaroni, CCNP  ●  Family of Woodstock, Inc.  ●  Kingston  ●  New York

Lisa Laclede, CCNP  ●  Child Care Group  ●  Dallas  ●  Texas

Lisa Rosa, CCNP   ●  Family Enrichment Network  ●  Johnson City  ●  New York

Madelene McCann, CCNP  ●  Marin Child Care Council  ●  San Rafael  ●  California

Margarita Avila, CCNP  ●  AVANCE-Houston, Inc.  ●  Houston  ●  Texas

Maria Navarro, CCNP  ●  Child Care Resource Network  ●  Buffalo  ●  New York

Mary L.  Watson, CCNP  ●  Pittslyvania County Community Action Head Start  ●  Danville  ●  Virginia

Mary Sanchez , CCNP  ●  Child Care Council of Nassau, Inc.  ●  Garden city  ●  New York

Megan Cook, CCNP  ●  Child Care Consultants, Inc.  ●  York  ●  Pennsylvania

Meiqing Ou, CCNP  ●  PATCH  ●  Honolulu  ●  Hawaii

Melba Moore, CCNP  ●  Telamon  ●  Raleigh  ●  North Carolina

Melissa Moore, CCNP  ●  Family League of Baltimore  ●  Baltimore  ●  Maryland

Melissa Sayers, CCNP  ●  Nutrition Programs, Delaware Department of Education   ●  Dover  ●  Delaware

Melissa Smicker, CCNP  ●  Nutrition Works  ●  Boise  ●  Idaho

Melissa Wiltsey, CCNP  ●  Ms. Missy's Childcare  ●  clayton  ●  New Jersey

Michelle Stickley , CCNP   ●  The Association for Child Development  ●  Lapeer  ●  Michigan

Nicole Best, CCNP  ●  HRCAP Head Start-Early Head Start  ●  Newport News  ●  Virginia

Ofelia Noriega, CCNP  ●  Highland Food Resources, Inc  ●  Miami  ●  Florida

Pauline Dufour, CCNP  ●  Placer County Office of Education  ●  Auburn  ●  California

Phillip Dean Hester II, CCNP   ●  Our Daily Bread of Tn., Inc.  ●  Knoxville  ●  Tennessee

Rachael Bliss, CCNP  ●  Capstone Community Action  ●  Plainfield  ●  Vermont

Ramona Kizziar, CCNP  ●  Metropolitan Development Council  ●  Tacoma  ●  Washington

Sandra Ortega, CCNP  ●  Monterey County - Head Start and Early Head Start  ●  Gilroy  ●  California

Sandy Davila, CCNP  ●  Fort Campbell CACFP  ●  Fort Campbell  ●  Kentucky

Sara Sanchez, CCNP  ●  Lutheran Services Florida  ●  Tampa  ●  Florida

Sarah Cascaes, CCNP    ●  Our Daily Bread of Tn., Inc.  ●  Knoxville  ●  Tennessee

Shannon Donahue, CCNP  ●  Our Daily Bread of TN  ●  Knoxville  ●  Tennessee

Sharon  Heath, CCNP  ●  Moving Forward 4 You!   ●  Bronx  ●  New York

Sherry Warren, CCNP  ●  Our Daily Bread of Tn., Inc.  ●  Knoxville  ●  Tennessee

Stephanie Simmons, CCNP  ●  Child Care Resource Network  ●  Buffalo  ●  New York

Sue Maxwell, CCNP  ●  Nutrition First CACFP  ●  Salem   ●  Oregon

Susan  Lorenzo-Luaces, CCNP  ●  Highland Food Resources, Inc  ●  Miami  ●  Florida

Susan Lincoln, CCNP  ●  Rutgers - Livingston Day Care Center  ●  Piscataway  ●  New Jersey

Terri J. Sluss-Cole, CCNP  ●  Child Care Resource Center  ●  Lorain  ●  Ohio

Teryl Klova, CCNP  ●  Acelero Learning Camden/Philadelphia  ●  Philadelphia  ●  Pennsylvania

Theresa DiSalvo, CCNP  ●  Child Care Council of Nassau  ●  Garden City  ●  New York

Thiry Kern, CCNP  ●  Nebraska Early Childhood Collaborative  ●  Omaha  ●  Nebraska

Tiffany McBride, CCNP  ●  Northwestern Ohio Community Action Commission  ●  Defiance   ●  Ohio

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Job Title: Nutrition Program Supervisor-DF

 

Agency: North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services


April 23, 2018

The NC Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), in collaboration with its partners, protects the health and safety of all North Carolinians and provides essential human services.

The position manages the Special Nutrition Programs (SNP) Unit.  This includes the oversight of seven positions with direct supervision of two Public Health Program Supervisors, one Nutrition Program Consultant, one Business Officer, one Risk Mitigation Supervisor, one Public Health Consultant and one Administrative Assistant.  This position indirectly supervises a total of 31 staff as well as additional temporary and contract employees. This position is responsible for planning, implementing and evaluating the Child and Adult Care Food Program for the State of North Carolina. 

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