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Pratt Institute (Food Science)
Columbia University (Master's)
More than 30 years of experience as a practitioner in the areas of food service, nutrition and education provides me with the wide range of knowledge to assist students with problem solving, learning, and test taking skills.
My areas of expertise include all technical aspects of food and nutrition services, food service math, human resources. My experience includes conducting workshops for the Registration Examination for Dietitians. I am also qualified to assist with the Registration Examination for Dietetic Technicians and the Dietary Managers Certification. Homework and practice examinations are required and ongoing assessment of progress is done.
I have an undergraduate degree in Food Science & Management, a Master's Degree in Nutrition in Public Health, and current work towards a PhD in Healthcare.
My availability is Monday through Saturday from 11am to 6pm for in person sessions and 11am to 8pm for online sessions. Will travel with 10 miles.
I have a wealth of experience as a practitioner and adjunct professor. If you need assistance with any aspect of the practice of nutrition/dietetics I can help.
Free consultation. More than 30 years of experience as a practitioner in the areas of food service, nutrition and education provides me with the wide range of knowledge to assist students with problem solving, learning, and test taking skills.
My areas of expertise include all technical
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