Joy Gagnon teaches income eligible families, seniors and youth how to make lifestyle changes for better health. Joy received a Bachelor’s degree in Nutritional Science from UNH and has worked with Nutrition Connections since 2012. Her work includes nutrition education programs in schools, healthy living programs for adults and families, and partnering with other community health organizations such as the local public health initiatives, wellness committees, and food pantries throughout the county. Joy’s Slow Cooker program has been very successful and has provided slow cookers and meals for individuals and families all over Carroll County through partnerships with the local rotary, hospital, and food pantries. This program and many others help participants save money while making healthy lifestyle choices.