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Kate Munden-Dixon

Position: Project Manager
Categories: EcoCiv Team

Kate Munden-Dixon is the Program Manager for the Agrifood Systems Program at EcoCiv. Kate is an applied social scientist and project manager with expertise in socio-ecological transitions and food system governance. For over 15 years she has developed and supported community-driven projects advancing equitable and ecologically resilient food systems in the US, Honduras, and Thailand. She has published peer-reviewed articles and reports on food policy councils, climate adaptation of beginning farmers and ranchers, food hubs, and community supported agriculture. For a list of her publications, please visit her Google scholar profile.

Kate received her Ph.D. in Geography from the University of California, Davis, and a Master of Urban Planning and Design degree from the University of Georgia. She has lived in Thailand and traveled throughout Southeast Asia, Europe, Northern Africa, and Central America. When not in front of a computer, you can find her exploring cities, hiking, and introducing her toddler to delicious food from around the world.

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