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Alyson Wylie

Alyson Wylie

Alyson Wylie is a Program Manager who has worked at Center for Healthy Communities since 2011. Alyson holds a master’s degree in teaching from Fresno State University and a bachelor’s degree in speech and communications from San Francisco State. Alyson’s background is in nutrition education, food security, and basic needs in higher education. Alyson loves to cook and create new dishes.

Wylie Published Abstracts


Poster Presentations

  • Wylie, K. Gacad, L. Holmberg, B. Candia-Garcia. Youth Participatory Action Research: Los Molinos High School. CalFresh Healthy Living Forum, Anaheim, CA. February, 2020
  • Wylie, J. Giampaoli, K. Goto, and J. Joyce. Parent and Teacher perspectives on School-Based Mindful Eating Intervention. 9th Biennial Childhood Obesity Conference, San Diego. 2017
  • Wylie, K. Goto, S. Pierson. Teacher observations and impressions of mindful eating lessons. CA Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Annual Conference and Expo, April, 2017
  • Pierson, K. Goto and J. Giampaoli, and A.Wylie. Impact of a pilot mindful eating intervention on food-related behaviors among elementary school children and parents. CA Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Annual Conference and Expo, April, 2017
  • Goto, E. Ramsey, C. Wolff, and A. Wylie. “We can make a difference”: The Nourish Curriculum facilitates middle-school students’ sustainable and healthy food choices. Poster presented at: Experimental Biology Poster Presentation. San Diego, 2014

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