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Liza Lieberman is Director of Public Policy at MAZON: A Jewish Response to Hunger, advancing policies that protect and strengthen federal nutrition programs and advocating for approaches that address the root causes of hunger. She co-chairs the Hunger Subcommittee of the Interreligious Working Group on Domestic Human Needs, a coalition of national faith-based organizations from a variety of religious backgrounds. Liza joined the team at MAZON after nearly a decade of experience at HIAS, the global Jewish nonprofit that protects refugees. Her tenure at HIAS spanned various public affairs roles related to advocacy, community engagement, and fundraising. She is a proud volunteer counselor with Crisis Text Line and holds a degree in International Relations from American University.
Articles by Liza Lieberman
With the Farm Bill reauthorization process underway, here’s a quick refresher to explain how the Farm Bill becomes law.
MAZON unpacks all the twists and turns in the 2018 Farm Bill reauthorization process.
MAZON Distressed About Growing and Unaddressed Food Insecurity Needs, Urges Further Congressional Action
MAZON and our partners are firing on all cylinders to ensure that people have access to the federal nutrition programs they need to survive. But the current situation has shined a spotlight on the gaping holes in our nutrition safety net.
Even after increased food insecurity due to COVID-19, Congress has yet to address the urgent needs of the 60 million Americans facing hunger in the newest stimulus bill.
On Tuesday, May 19th, MAZON: A Jewish Response to Hunger convened a virtual conversation with Congressman Adam Schiff (CA-28) about increasing hunger in the wake of COVID-19.