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Nutrition Policy Institute (NPI)
Carolyn is a project policy analyst at NPI. Her research interests converge at the intersection of nutrition, agriculture, and equity. Current projects include expanding access to California-grown produce in corner stores and the California corrections system.
Carolyn holds dual undergraduate degrees in Economics and Environmental Studies from Wellesley College, and an M.S. in Food and Nutrition Policy and Programs from Tufts University.
- Zeballos, Eliana; Chelius, Carolyn (2021). The effects of grazing on daily caloric intake and dietary quality. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity. 18:1, 1-14.
- Paarlberg, R.; Mozaffarian, D.; Micha, R.; Chelius, C. (2018). Keeping soda in SNAP: Understanding the other iron triangle. Society. 55:4, 308-317.