Your Gifts at Work 2014 Josephine Martin National Policy Fellow Janet DunmyerFood Service Operations ManagerZionsville (Ind.) Community Schools Janet Dunmyer was named the 2014 Josephine Martin National Policy Fellow. Learn more Janet Dunmyer was named the 2014 Josephine Martin National Policy Fellow. When asked why she would like to attend LAC, Dunmyer said “The ability to bring back first-hand knowledge of the legislative process and share that with front-line school nutrition staff at Zionsville (Ind.) Community Schools would be invaluable.” The Josephine Martin Fund, established in honor of school nutrition pioneer and advocate Dr. Josephine Martin, enables the recipient of the award to attend the Legislative Action Conference (LAC) for the first time. Gifts made to the Foundation are essential to the education and professional development of SNA. The development of new educational programs, the research and innovation that adds to the body of knowledge on school nutrition, and the continued education of SNA members supported by scholarships are examples of your gifts at work.Stay tuned to this page to learn more about how SNF is helping to enrich the education and professional development of SNA members and is supporting research initiatives of value to SNA members.