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Danny Seymour has been involved with school nutrition programs since 1971, beginning with a small suburban Philadelphia school district. His career path led him to direct four different school nutrition programs and to become director of the second largest school district in Pennsylvania - Pittsburgh Public Schools. Throughout his career in schools, Danny built each program on strong fundamentals of procurement as well as human resource management. While in Pittsburgh he developed the department’s Standards of Operations, outlining almost every policy and procedure for implementing a successful school nutrition operation. From 2007 to 2015 Danny held a position with the School Nutrition Association as Dean of Education. The newly created position afforded the opportunity to create professional training programs for both school nutrition employees and industry colleagues. Danny has a passion for dogs and in particular, Pointers. Danny is approved by the American Kennel Club to judge seventeen different breeds of sporting dogs. When not involved with the professional development of school nutrition programs, you can most likely find him at a dog show. Danny is a consultant trainer for the Institute of Child Nutrition.
Child Nutrition, School Feeding
Food Science | Other Education | Teacher Education and Professional Development
Seymour, Danny and Institute of Child Nutrition, "Danny Seymour" (2010). Oral History Project (all interviews). 120.