Rachel Weil

Greater Boston Food Bank

Rachel Weil, M.S. is a researcher at The Greater Boston Food Bank who supports research on food insecurity and outcomes at GBFB. Rachel earned dual Masters of Science in Agroecology and Urban & Regional Planning from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Prior to joining the food bank, Rachel managed Project SOUP, a food pantry in Somerville, Massachusetts.

Rachel Zack

Greater Boston Food Bank

Rachel Zack, ScD, ScM joined The Greater Boston Food Bank (GBFB) as their first epidemiologist in 2017. She leads the implementation of GBFB’s research, which is focused on better understanding food insecure populations in Eastern Massachusetts and evaluating the effect of GBFB’s programs on diet, diet-related health outcomes, and healthcare utilization. Dr. Zack attended the Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health where she earned a Doctor of Science in Epidemiology and a Master of Science in Global Health and Population.

Support for The Greater Boston Food Bank team comes from The Hunger to Health Collaboratory.
For more information about this research, contact Rachel Zack rzack@gbfb.org.

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