Meet Lindsay Shedlin!

Updated: Oct 24, 2019


Lindsay Shedlin

What is your role at SNACC?

Director of SNACC, Head of Communications, Co-Founder

What is your background?

I grew up in Short Hills, New Jersey. In 2016 I graduated from Muhlenberg College with a B.A. in Media & Communications. During school, I interned at various talk shows where i worked in Production. After graduation, I began my full-time career in Public Relations; I work with various lifestyle clients in the food & beverage and health & wellness spaces.

What makes you passionate about the work that SNACC does?

SNACC incorporates many facets of life in which I am most passionate about - food, philanthropy, and overall wellness. I find a lot of enjoyment in the food that I eat and the preparation that goes into it.  My hope is that children who participate in this program will find the same passion and enjoyment from exploring foods that I do and will be able to incorporate more health and nutrition into their lifestyles.

What is your favorite healthy ingredient and what is your favorite dish to cook with it?

My favorite healthy ingredient to cook with is spinach. It adds a little “something green” to anything that may need a splash of vitamins. Add it to eggs for breakfast, make a salad with it full of fresh vegetables for lunch, and throw it into a whole wheat pasta with tomato sauce for dinner. It also functions perfectly as a side dish, sautéed with olive oil, garlic, salt and pepper. 

What is your favorite Quote?

"Don't Just Think, Do." - Jacob Bronowski

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