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Heather Hardinger is director of workforce strategy and programs at Taney County Partnership, a public-private partnership for economic development in southwest Missouri. She leads the Bread for the World Team in Springfield and was a 2010 Bread for the World Hunger Justice Leader. Hardinger is a passionate anti-hunger advocate, active in causes at the local, state, and national level. She chairs the advisory committee for Safe to Sleep, an overnight shelter for women in Springfield, and is an appointee to the City of Springfield’s Mayor’s Commission for Human Rights and Community Relations. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in International-Multicultural Studies and a Master of Political Science from American Public University. She is Assemblies of God
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