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Faces of Food Safety

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When American consumers think of the United States Department of Agriculture, it's often in connection with the mark of inspection that can be found on labels and products.

That mark serves as a seal of approval, bolstering consumers' confidence that the meat, poultry and processed egg products they are about to enjoy are safe and wholesome. And that confidence comes as a result of the work of the men and women of the USDA's Food Safety and Inspection Service.

"Faces of Food Safety" introduces you to the men and women who play a role in making our food safe.

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  Dr. Adanetch Gebreselassie
Dr. Adanetch Gebreselassie is a relief public health veterinarian (PHV) and performs a variety of food safety inspection tasks to ensure the nation’s commercial supply of meat, poultry and processed egg products are safe, wholesome and correctly labeled and packaged.
 

  Janice Cones
Janice Cones, a consumer safety inspector (CSI) at Establishment 537H in Columbia, Missouri, feels a profound sense of satisfaction and achievement about her job at FSIS.
 

  Dr. Gregory McDermott
Dr. Gregory McDermott, a supervisory public health veterinarian (SPHV) in the Philadelphia district and a Lieutenant Colonel and brigade veterinarian in the U.S. Army Reserve, protects the public’s health here in America and in Afghanistan.
 

  Sheila McMillan
Sheila McMillan, an enforcement, investigations and analysis officer (EIAO) with FSIS' Office of Field Operations (OFO), knew FSIS was the career path for her. 
 

Dr. Kis Robertson Hale

 

Dr. Kis Robertson Hale
Dr. Kis Robertson Hale, the Deputy Assistant Administrator (DAA) for the Office of Public Health Science (OPHS) and the FSIS Chief Public Health Veterinarian, knew her career path would be in the life sciences. 

     

Dr. Kari Johnstone

 

Dr. Kari Johnstone
For over 18 years, Kari Johnstone has been dedicated to food safety. Specifically, Johnstone serves as a supervisory public health veterinarian (SPHV).

     

 

Dr. Kathleen McAnally
Dr. Kathleen McAnally is a frontline supervisor (FLS) in the Chattanooga circuit, which consists of a mix of red meat and poultry plants. As a veterinarian, she’s worked for FSIS the past 33 years.

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Last Modified Jul 11, 2018