Gregory Silverman

Director of National Partnerships

Gregory Silverman is the Director of National Partnerships for Share our Strength’s Cooking Matters™. No Kid Hungry Campaign. In this role he develops and manages partners that can have a significant impact in helping No Kid Hungry meet its objectives for increased participation in the federal nutrition programs and Cooking Matters nutrition education efforts, as well as to help raise the profile of childhood hunger as an issue and the solutions offered through No Kid Hungry. Before joining Share our Strength, Greg worked in London, UK as a food consultant for public sector organizations and the London Borough of Richmond Upon Thames, was a restaurant owner and chef in Ithaca, NY, and spent time as a U.S. Peace Corps volunteer in Mali. Greg holds a degree in Anthropology from Ithaca College, a certificate in Culinary Arts from the French Culinary Institute and has completed course work for his Msc in Food and Nutritional Policy from the Centre for Food Policy at the City University of London.

Cooking Matters

Consumers get so much conflicting information about what’s healthy and what’s not. Products have colorful packaging, enticing marketing, and pictures of delicious food. Luckily, The Nutrition Facts Panel (NFP) on the back of food products is one tool that cuts through all the clutter.

Our Partners, Cooking Matters

At Share Our Strength we know the power of our partnerships to help make No Kid Hungry a reality in America. That is why we are thrilled this week to highlight the strength of our Cooking Matters at the Store partnerships.

Cooking Matters

A Slam Dunk with the NBA All-Stars

School Meals

Happy Birthday Let's Move! And a New Tool to Help Chefs Move to Schools

Thanksgiving on a Budget

Cooking Matters

According to new numbers from the American Farm Bureau Federation, a family dinner will cost about 13 percent more this Thanksgiving than it did in 2010. The new data, released Thursday, shows everything from cranberries to pumpkin pie to turkeys is more expensive this year.

Chefs & Culinary, Cooking Matters

Everyone has that friend who can reach into the depths of their kitchen and whip up a wonderfully tasty meal in a moment’s notice. Here’s the secret: a well-stocked pantry.

Introducing Shopping Matters®, a New Grocery Store Tour Focused on Health and Savings

Cooking Matters

How do you feel walking into a supermarket? Inspired? Overwhelmed? For most people, grocery shopping is a daunting task. For parents trying to feed their families on limited budgets, it’s especially difficult. What’s on sale? What foods will my kids actually eat? How do I get both quality and...