Dana Hunter grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area. She earned her BS in Home Economics Education in 1988 from BYU then served a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the Bolivia Cochabamba Mission. After her mission, she returned to BYU to earn her MS in Family Sciences, with an emphasis in cross-cultural studies. She has taught SFL 110, Food Preparation in the Home, since 2000, with a brief break where she ran a home business. Most recently, she's been teaching SFL 215, Advanced Food Preparation, and SFL 340, Family Meal Management. She has also assisted with the preparation of secondary education majors in the Family and Consumer Sciences program. Her hobbies include sewing, reading, fitness, and traveling with her family. She speaks Spanish and loves any and all pizza.
Research InterestsThesis: A Look at the Meaning of Home for
an Immigrant Bolivian Family
Teaching InterestsFamily meal management
Family mealtime benefits
Basic to advanced food preparation techniques