Farhiya Farah is a Senior Consultant at GlobeGlow Consulting and Research, Inc in the Greater Minneapolis-St. Paul Area. She provides consulting services in the areas of food safety training, ethnic food businesses, community based participatory research work, healthy homes and lead poison prevention policy and grant Development.
Ongoing and past consulting services include:
*University of Minnesota: Disparities and Barriers to Utilization among Minnesota Health Care Program Enrollees-Somali Cultural Consultant. (from 2007 to 2009)
*University of Minnesota: Children, Youth and Family Consortium-Somali Community Researcher (2011)
*Minneapolis Health and Family Support: Using Multicultural Storytelling for Community Engagement in Minneapolis: Somali Project Liaison (2009-2011)
*Confederation of Somali Community: A Qualitative Study of Families of Children with Autism in the Somali Community: Comparing the Experiences of Immigrant Groups: Community Researcher (2013)
*Minneapolis Health Department: Food Safety and Somali Male Population: Community Researcher (2014)
*Health Partners: Using Systems Science Methods to Study Cardiac Risk in the Somali Community: Project Consultant (2014)