Nikki Nies, MS,RD, LD, CDP
I am constantly working to improve my written and oral skills, specifically using my blog as a means to articulate sound nutrition advice and connect with a variety of readers.I owe a lot to this blog, helping me find my own voice and writing style.
My inquisitive nature and quest to aid others to find a balance between health and nourishment has confirmed my passion for nutrition makes me the perfect addition to any team.I thrive in a fast paced environment, currently working at Long Term Care and rehab facility, Christian Care Center, assessing and maintaining 150+ residents and have mentored 7 dietetic interns from Abilene Christian University.
Jessica: Future GMO-Free RD
Jessica Gerne is an aspiring dietitian currently attending Montclair State University. Her interest in nutrition started on a trip, overseas in Dublin, Ireland back in 2009. She took notice to how their food was handled and was surprised to find out that America didn’t follow the same regulations and laws. When she came back to the states her interest grew even more when her father decided to convert a majority of their backyard into a small sustainable farm.
While her goal is to encourage those around her to become more educated about what they are eating, her true passion lies in spreading the awareness about GMOs (Genetically Modified Organisms).
In addition to studying Dietetics, she also works at Overlook Medical Center, a Fortune 500 company, as a Dietetic Assistant. It is here where Jessica applies her knowledge and skills by doing nutritional evaluations, menu planning, and teaching patients how to make healthier choices when it comes to their diet. Her position allows her to utilize her ability outside of the classroom in a clinical setting.
In her spare time, she manages her own blog, “Lily’s Way”, to help educate people about the health benefits of the ingredients in their food. Her site contains articles about making better food choices as well as product reviews for organic/GMO free foods.
Dana: The Reporter
Dana began her career in the field of health and journalism, when she enrolled in the nutrition program at Montclair State University. She will graduate in May 2013.
In the spring of 2012, Dana created MSU Women’s Health and remains the editor-in-chief. She loves supporting and motivating other women.
This reporter’s goal is to focus on trends in health all while getting the inside scoop from health experts and professionals.
Dana is a new reporter…open to different topics, stories and opportunities.