#PhillyChanger Chats is a video series aimed at making Philly leaders more accessible. Featuring leaders of nonprofits, social enterprises, local government, and community organizations, these are people who are actively working to change Philadelphia for the better.
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Doug Barg is the founder of Kitchen Cred, an education nonprofit that cultivates self-esteem and leadership skills in youth through nutrition knowledge and kitchen competence. Kitchen Cred is an interactive educational program and a culinary competition focused on teaching teens cooking skills and nutrition in order to create happier, healthier people and communities.-30-
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