Margaret Hentz in a field
Margaret Hentz in a field

Margaret Hentz

Library and Search Services Leader, Corteva Agriscience

Margaret earned her bachelor’s degree in food science with a minor in chemistry from the University of Saint Joseph, a master’s degree in library science from the State University of New York at Albany and a doctorate in information science from Nova Southeastern University.

She has been volunteering for the past six years at Corteva Agriscience’s Harvest for Hunger garden in Indianapolis to grow and harvest fresh produce for local food pantries. A record 20,071 pounds of produce were donated in 2020. She also enjoys delivering Meals on Wheels to clients.

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Soup for Dinner: 3 Benefits of Adding Soup to Your Dinner Rotation

Healthy Soups

Learn how having soup can be healthy and save time and money.