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Stephanie Perruzza, MS, RD, CDN

As KIND’s in-house RD, I serve as a credible nutrition spokesperson, provide strategic nutrition counsel across KIND’s Communications, Marketing and Product Development teams, manage health and nutrition influencer relations through KIND’s Nutrition Collective as well as develop and enhance nutrition and health-focused messages.

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Kitty Broihier, MS, RD, LD

Despite thinking I wanted to work in clinical dietetics and majoring in Dietetic at Michigan State Univ., once I was knee-deep in my internship (at the Univ. of Iowa Hospitals) I realized I really wanted to reach more people than I could doing one-on-one consulting. I also realized I liked writing/marketing and the creativity of developing materials, so I went into nutrition communications.

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Sarah Ball, MPH, RD

As a dietitian I educate and empower people to make choices that better serve their health, so they can look and feel their best from the inside out. In addition, I educate those wishing to do the same through the lens of direct sales knowing that health and wellness is about more than just food, but also the full environment in which we live.

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Dylan Bailey, MS; Alison Borgmeyer, MS, RD; Lisa Bruno, MS, RD; Jaime Schwartz Cohen, MS, RD; Catherine Sebastian, MS, RD, CDN; Amber Wilson, MS, RD

We provide strategic nutrition communications and reputation management counsel on topics across the food, ingredient, retail (CPG - Consumer Packaged Goods) and agriculture ecosystems, with an eye towards helping our clients to break through in a cluttered and constantly evolving media landscape and navigate the nutrition community ecosystem.

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Monique Piderit, RD (SA)

The best part of being a dietitian is how the days and weeks vary so greatly. I generally spend a few days a week at the practice touching base with patients, mixed up with consulting for industry, corporate work such as canteen audits and nutrition assessments for employee wellness, consumer education with nutrition workshops and presentations, managing media requests, and now and then some more academic writing and literature reviews.

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