Cassidy Radloff is the Program Director for the Corvallis Environmental Center (CEC), overseeing educational programming in the areas of food systems, environmental literacy, and energy efficiency, for youth and families in the Corvallis area. Prior to her current role, she served as a Farm to School Manager and a Nutrition and Garden Educator, working with the school district to source more local food for the lunch line, and educating students on food systems, environmental science, and culinary skills. She earned her degrees in Public Health and Sustainability from Oregon State University (OSU), and focused her honors thesis on best practices for sustainably integrating school gardens into school wellness policies, through a partnership with the Linus Pauling Institute and Corvallis School District. While at OSU, she provided leadership as the Fee Board Chair of the Student Sustainability Initiative, and oversaw student fees as a member of the Student Incidental Fees Committee. She currently serves as treasurer for the Oregon Farm to School and School Garden Network, and as a member of the Education and Food Action Teams of the Corvallis Sustainability Coalition.
Cassidy is passionate about serving her community, and exploring the intersections of social determinants of health, and the environment. Outside of her day job, Cassidy is a practicing Birth Doula, working to provide families in her community with positive, empowering, birth experiences.