From: Shannon Olivia Jones
To: Scott Jenkins,
Subject: RE:
Date: Tue Nov 18 20:45:49 MST 2014

Thank you for such a fast response and for your willingness to contribute! I'll be in touch with you soon. I'm trying to also coordinate meeting with Representative Noel and the Policy Analyst, J. Brian Allred and would like to figure out what is easiest for all of you (perhaps our class meeting with all of you at once at the Capitol) and what will fit your respective schedules, as well as the course schedule.

Thanks, again, for your help and willingness! Let me know if you have any questions in the meantime.


Shannon Jones, MS
Associate Instructor
University of Utah
College of Health
Division of Nutrition

From: Scott Jenkins []
Sent: Monday, November 17, 2014 2:14 PM
To: Shannon Olivia Jones
Subject: Re:

Shannon,  I would enjoy being involved with your class during the semester.  I have done this before with WSU and enjoyed it.  Just let me know what you would like to do and I'll do my best to help.  Scott

From: Shannon Olivia Jones <>
Sent: Monday, November 17, 2014 10:36 AM
To: Scott Jenkins
Mr. Jenkins,

I am an instructor at the University of Utah and will be teaching a graduate level Nutrition Policy course this upcoming spring semester. The  Natural Resources, Agriculture and Environment Interim Committee is a committee that I'd like my students to follow and, maybe, become involved with or follow in some way during the upcoming session. To that end, as a Co-Chair, I am wondering if you might be available to come and speak to the class at some point during the semester. Or, if that is too time consuming, perhaps, we could come up for a committee meeting or something and have you speak for a few moments about what you do and how the committee creates policy and so forth.  Your thoughts and insights would be greatly appreciated, in whatever capacity is convenient for you.

Please let me know if you have any interest in this, as I think it would be extremely valuable for our graduate students. Thank you for your time and consideration.

Best wishes,

Shannon Jones, MS
Associate Instructor
University of Utah
Division of Nutrition