About Us

We help create food allergy-safe communities around the world through diverse and accessible trainings for all.
The Education Team
paul scribner, MSW
vice president,
education & support programs

As Vice President of Education & Support Programs at FARE, Paul oversees the design, execution, promotion, and evaluation of all FARE's patient and professional education programs, products, and  initiatives. He also helps raise the funds needed to expand FARE's reach and impact globally. Paul has a Masters in Social Work and has been working in patient advocacy and education for more than 20 years.

kelly cleary, MD

Senior Director,
Education & Support Programs

As Senior Director of Education and Support Programs for FARE, Kelly oversees FARE’s national education efforts and maintains a variety of programs, resources, and relationships for the food allergic, their families, and caregivers. Previously, Kelly was the Medical Director of Psychopharmacology for PM Behavioral Health, where she was responsible for the oversight of medication management and operations for the behavioral health service.  As a pediatrician and a food allergy mom, Kelly is passionate about food allergy education and awareness.
Assistant Director,
Training & Professional Programs

As Assistant Director of Training and Professional Programs at FARE, Tiffany supports the development of educational materials and training programs for key target audiences, including registered dietitians, healthcare professionals, commercial foodservice operators, and, of course, those with food allergies! She has been a Registered Dietitian for 10 years and has earned degrees from James Madison University and Columbia University.

Senior Manager,
Learning & Development

As the Senior Manager of Learning and Development for FARE, Karen develops eLearning experiences for early childhood, secondary, and higher education institutions, as well as manages the FARE Food Allergy Academy. Karen has two decades of experience working in graphic design and learning and development, serving most recently as a secondary Social Studies teacher and eLearning developer. She holds an MS from American College of Healthcare Sciences with a specialization in nutrition and “food is medicine”. She also holds an additional Master’s degree from Coastal Carolina University in Secondary Education and Teaching. 

Our partnerships

To offer top quality trainings and programs, we work with a number of subject matter experts and industry leaders to develop and maintain accurate, inclusive and appropriate learnings for all healthcare providers, education professionals, food allergy caregivers and patients.