Posts in Management
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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Aimee Takamura RDN, LDN

I spend a good deal of time working with our culinary team to make sure the food we’re serving is varied, seasonal, and creative. I make an effort to ensure we cater to as many food preferences as possible (vegetarian, vegan, avoiding dairy, for example). Other than that, each day is totally different.

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Bonnie R. Giller, MS, RDN, CDN, CDE

When my practice started growing, I decided to leave the hospital and focus on my practice. At the same time, I took on the role of Director of a Dietetic Internship Program for the largest contract management company in North America. As my private practice grew and I opened a second office, I decided I needed to spend all my time on my business and I left the dietetic internship position. I continue to mentor nutrition students today by offering them opportunities to work in my office and volunteer on many projects that are ongoing.

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