Christine Tran | KCET
Christine Tran is a first generation high school graduate from South El Monte, CA. Currently, she is a doctoral student at the University of Washington studying Educational Leadership, Policy & Organizations. Her prior experiences include teaching middle and high school as well as engaging in policy and program analysis work across the United States in Los Angeles, Milwaukee, Chicago, New York, and Washington, D.C. Christine obtained her bachelor's degrees in Asian American Studies and English, as well as a Master of Education from the UCLA. She also holds a Master of Arts in Sociology from Columbia University in the City of New York.
Post date: 2020-03-25T08:20:19-07:00
From pandemics to natural disasters, a crisis only amplifies the challenges school food programs face regularly.
Post date: 2019-02-13T08:17:22-08:00
Food Policy Councils help connect the dots between the fields and our forks. They are convening diverse people across the food chain to discuss good food practices and policies that result in healthier populations.
Post date: 2019-02-04T10:17:21-08:00
With the annual convening of the Bánh Chưng Collective, Chef Diep Tran keeps a beloved Lunar New Year culinary tradition alive to multigenerational participants.
Post date: 2017-05-02T16:07:24-07:00
West Adams and Jefferson Park are experiencing a familiar tug-of-war between established and new residents. Local restaurants, however, have become a vital link between the community's diverse and distinctive past and its hopes for the future.
Post date: 2017-03-03T11:39:14-08:00
From the paleta cart to a burger counter, many food spots in University Park, Exposition Park, and Adams-Normandie offer unpretentious fare to families gathering for after-church meals, couples on their first dates, and college friends looking for grub.
Post date: 2016-11-03T11:32:37-07:00
The diversity of food found in South El Monte and El Monte is the product of over three decades of Asian and Latino working class folks co-creating a community together.