Emily Maneval



Client Success Manager

Ask me about:

Sustainable food systems, on-farm planning and adoption of sustainable practices, history of U.S. farm policy, behavioral change models, farmer perspective on transitional agriculture, three-legged stool of sustainability

Emily Maneval is Trust In Food’s Client Success Manager. Her work focuses specifically with our America’s Conservation Ag Movement (ACAM) clients. She engages our private and public sector partners to ensure they are receiving the support needed to achieve their goals and deliverables while maintaining the progress and integrity of the ACAM mission to accelerate climate-smart agriculture. Her goal is to achieve efficient and effective project management while maintaining highly satisfied clients. 

Prior to Trust In Food, Emily’s work focused in emergency feeding and food access. During this time of her life, Emily worked at Greater Pittsburgh Community Foodbank as a Partner Network Educator working with local food pantries to adopt changes to “nudge” customers into choosing healthier food options. In addition, she most recently worked as a Grants Coordinator at Mid-Ohio Food Collective, the largest foodbank in Ohio. 

Emily holds a bachelor’s degree in Public Health from THE Ohio State University as well as a master’s degree in Food Studies with a concentration in sustainable agriculture from Chatham University. Emily grew up on a fourth-generation grain farm in Northwest Ohio.

Emily currently resides in West Texas with her husband. She can be reached at emaneval@farmjournal.com.

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