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Tami Hulcher

Nationally recognized guest of TV & radio, "The Queen of Health" is a nutritionist, health educator now pursuing her RN nursing degree. Ms. Hulcher has been featured on Extra TV with Dr. Mehmet Oz doing her popular "How Spooky is Your Halloween Candy" segment, which has been featured in other media. She has been a featured guest on NBC, CBS, ABC and KTLA. Her numerous nutrition articles have appeared in many magazines and she has been featured in Working Mother Magazine twice and has been featured on the cover of a CA magazine.

Ms. Hulcher also works with several healthcare professionals as their nutrition consultant; she has been working for twelve years with a large Autistic patient base through a UCLA Autism specialist and pediatric psychologist.

Ms. Hulcher has been a featured speaker for the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine, UCLA, USC, Pepperdine, American Heart Association, American Cancer Society, Boeing and many other groups. She has been a plenary and keynote speaker for various expos and conferences. Ms. Hulcher has been providing nutrition assemblies in schools for more than 13 years.

This "mom on a mission" has three grown children: a nurse; a firefighter in our US Navy; and a new Navy recruit. Ms. Hulcher has previous ties to Entertainment Industry Foundation where she served on several committees from children's issues to the environment.

A former CA state beauty queen, Ms. Hulcher also ran a CA charity serving as their executive director and their executive producer of their celebrity event gala fundraiser. She has a 25+ year entertainment background; having been a theatre performer and dancer as well as working production for Dick Clark and also in management for a major motion picture studio. She left corporate America to make a difference in the world and to leave a legacy for her children.

She has recently partnered with Tower Garden where she is making healthy, affordable, nutritious 'gardens' available to schools, senior centers, charities, restaurants and the general public through this hydroponic, aeroponic vertical growing system.