Professionalism: ANFP members are leaders who demonstrate the highest standards of their profession, adhere to a code of ethics, and pursue lifelong learning.
Advocacy: ANFP members are advocates for those they serve and demonstrate that they care about their health and quality of life.
Best Practices: ANFP members implement nutrition and foodservice best practices and impart that knowledge to those they serve and lead.
George Effinger, Jr., CDM, CFPP
Work 254- 526-7523
Gladys Hendrich, CDM, CFPP
Fort Worth, TX
Deborah Darlin, CDM, CFPP
Sulphur Springs, TX
Each ANFP chapter is registered as a tax-exempt nonprofit organization with the IRS. Some chapters are divided into smaller areas called districts. Chapters and districts are volunteer driven. Officers and committees promote the benefits of being active locally, such as growing a professional network and developing leadership skills. Chapter leaders are essential to the success and growth of ANFP.