Dec 04, 2020 12:00 PM
Jodi Mitchell
Perfectly Imperfect Produce

Jodi Mitchell is no stranger to fresh produce with her family operating a 5th generation apple orchard in northeast Ohio.  Jodi uses her talent and expertise to build and maintain community partnerships and relationships with businesses/employers.  Jodi represents Perfectly Imperfect Produce at health fairs and community outreach events and often helps the packing of boxes.  She handles customer service issues and assists with ensuring customer accounts are accurate.


With over 20 years of health care policy and advocacy experience on the federal, state and local level, Mitchell has provided planning, strategy, and project management in the area of health policy, community health, and quality improvement.  Mitchell is engaged with connecting the business/private sector to community health improvement initiatives given the shared value relating to workforce development, population health, and a vital economy.  Mitchell is a collaborator, building relationships and coalitions united to achieve common goals and community mobilization.  She is also engaged in obesity prevention initiatives, including the Early Ages Healthy Stages coalition, and serves on the Cleveland Metropolitan School District Wellness Committee as well as the Cleveland-Cuyahoga Food Policy Coalition.  


Jodi is a graduate of Bowling Green State University and recently served on the University's Alumni Board of Directors.  She is a member of the 2017 Cleveland Leadership Center's Bridge Builders Program.  She volunteers with the City Club of Greater Cleveland Health Committee.