Posts in Academia
Joey Quinlan, MSH, RD, LD/N, FAND

The industry is as wide open as it has ever bene.  A dietitian can do so much now from nutrigenomics to social media and marketing consulting.  For my area of management, I see a lot of the new generation of dietitians wanting to grow beyond the nutrition department.  I think you will see more RDs in senior management and executive positions with multi-department responsibilities and executive positions other than food and nutrition. 

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Tereza Vágnerová RD, MSc. et MSc. (Engineer)

Last year, my colleagues and I founded the Czech Association of Dietitians and we have big plans. We were able to join EFAD (European Federation of the Associations of Dietitians) this year, which is really great. We are supporting the improvement of food in hospitals, better nutritional care, public health, education and internships for RDs and continue raising general knowledge about nutrition. It will be a long way, but I hope we will be successful.

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Judy Simon MS, RDN, CD, CHES, FAND

I own a private practice Mind Body Nutrition, PLLC where I specialize in reproductive nutrition and disordered eating. I also work at the University of Washington as a clinic dietitian in women’s health and I am an adjunct faculty member. I teach Nutrition counseling and maternal nutrition to our GCPD (Graduate Coordinated Program in Dietetics) students. I am honored to also precept and mentor them.

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Anne Elizabeth Cundiff, RD, LD, FAND

I started out in clinical dietetics at a Level 1 Trauma hospital directly out of my internship and worked there through a contract company for 7 years. I loved being part of a medical team but I also found clinical is a very taxing area of dietetics. It was then I realized I needed to be practicing more in the preventative side of dietetics.

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Zach Cordell, MS, RDN

In my job, I teach our introductory human nutrition course to students as a general course, nursing pre-req, or science requirement. As part of my job I work on scholarly work (books and podcasts), speaking at conferences, and mentoring students through clubs and other college activities. My job gives me a lot of freedom to work on projects that I find helpful to our profession and the public.

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