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Sadie Briggs

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Development Associate 

Sadie currently serves as the Development Associate for the Chef Ann Foundation. In this role, she supports our development team in fundraising efforts, cultivating donor relationships, and contributing to the overall growth of our organization. She plays a pivotal role in executing strategic initiatives and helping to secure the resources needed to expand our impact.

Sadie Briggs

she/her

Development Associate 

Sadie currently serves as the Development Associate for the Chef Ann Foundation. In this role, she supports our development team in fundraising efforts, cultivating donor relationships, and contributing to the overall growth of our organization. She plays a pivotal role in executing strategic initiatives and helping to secure the resources needed to expand our impact.

Sadie comes to us with a solid foundation in her academic pursuits, having recently graduated from the University of Colorado Boulder with a degree in Strategic Communications. She is currently in the process of completing her master’s in Digital Marketing at Wake Forest University. She has demonstrated a keen interest in the intersection of nutrition, education, and sustainable food practices, making her an ideal fit for our organization’s mission.

You can find her baking, hanging out with her little cousins, or reading a thriller novel during her free time. 


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Who We Are

The Chef Ann Foundation is dedicated to promoting whole-ingredient, scratch-cooking in schools. Scratch-cooking enables schools to serve the healthiest, tastiest meals so that kids are well-fed and ready to learn.

Our Mission

Ensure that school food professionals have the resources, funding and support they need to provide fresh, healthy, delicious, cook from scratch meals that support the health of children and our planet.

Why School Food Matters

American kids start their life-path in K–12 schools where they learn the skills necessary to thrive & meet their potential. While the country debates the best ways to teach them math, science & English, we spend little to no time on food & nutrition.

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