Kenneth Waldmiller has been the Director of Information Systems of CSPI since 2000. He has been active in the field of computers and technology since 1984. He manages the Information Technology department and is directly responsible for maintaining the subscriber database, printing, and the mailing of CSPI’s publication, Nutrition Action Healthletter, the largest-circulation health newsletter in North America. He also works with the direct mail and marketing departments to increase the newsletter's circulation and to member donations to CSPI. He received his B.S. in Computer Science from SUNY Brockport and his M.S in Computer Systems Management from University of Maryland University College.
Jane Welna, Director of Development, oversees foundation relations for CSPI's nutrition and food safety advocacy programs. Prior to joining CSPI in October 2001, she served as Director of Development at Downtown Community Television Center in New York City and Executive Director at the documentary photography cooperative Impact Visuals. Jane graduated from Carleton College with a degree in Art History.
Margo Wootan is Vice President for Nutrition at the Center for Science in the Public Interest, named as the top-ranked Nonprofit for National Childhood Nutrition/Health by Guidestar’s Philanthropedia. She was named one of the “Most Innovative Women in Food and Drink” by Fortune magazine, a “Food Hero” by Eating Well magazine, and recognized by the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health for her leadership in public policy. Dr. Wootan received her B.S. in nutrition from Cornell University and her doctorate in nutrition from Harvard University’s School of Public Health. Wootan has led successful campaigns to require calorie counts on restaurant menus and menu boards, eliminate artificial trans fat, raise nutrition standards for school foods, reduce junk-food marketing aimed at children, and expand nutrition and physical activity programs at CDC. She co-founded and leads both the National Alliance for Nutrition and Activity and the Food Marketing Workgroup.
Wootan is a powerful voice shaping the national nutrition debate. She is quoted regularly in the nation’s major media and appeared in the movies Super Size Me and Fed Up.