Tandy Rundus is the Northeast Regional Specialist for K-State Research and Extension’s SNAP-Ed program. She provides technical support to SNAP-Ed grantees in her region which includes 17 counties in NE Kansas, the four federally recognized tribes in Kansas and three counties in Southwest Kansas around Liberal.
Kansas SNAP-Ed provides evidence-based, interactive nutrition and physical activity education for families, seniors, and children helping stretch SNAP benefits to minimize hunger and improve health.
Tandy is a lifelong Kansan. She and her husband and two children live in the North Central part of Kansas between Belleville and Concordia. She is a registered dietitian, a former K-State Research and Extension Agent, and worked for seven years as the head lunch lady for her children’s school. Tandy has a passion for working with communities of all sizes in the Northeast region to promote health and access to healthy food – for all.