Posts in Men in Dietetics
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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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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Doug Cook RD MHSc

I put in full time hours at the hospital, and weekly, I squeeze in blogging for myself, writing for others, paid blogging, consulting, private practice, and social media, doing presentations or working on webinars. Not full steam but I always have things to do but still prioritize to have a social life, relax, travel, exercise and most important to me, regular sleep! 

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Prince Yalley Abban, RD

For the most part of what I do I work remotely. All I need to work is a reliable internet connection, laptop or phone, a notebook and a pen. With nutrition communication and consultancy what I do involves managing social media accounts, creating content for social media and making presentations to organizations and small groups.

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