|POSITION||Skills/Attributes associated with the position||Examples of how I have demonstrated outcomes for each skill/attribute that qualify me for the position|
|Nominating Committee Leader with Board of Directors Experience in the Past 10 Years||
|| 1 Educator on NDEP and as ACEND reviewer, Active on a Multistate Nutrition Research Project, lead editorial board and production of a nutrition and dietetics practice journal
2 Former Academy president when EAL introduced and saw turnaround of membership and student involvement; Chair of university faculty during presidential transition and unions
3 Work well on team projects and initiatives as writer and advocate on clear, consistent positions and sharing of information
|Lippincott, Williams and Wilkns, Wolters Kluwer Health||Editor, Topics in Clinical Nutrition||16 years|
|New York University||Professor Emerita||41 years|
|Leadership Position||Organization||Years Involved in the Organization||My specific leadership contributions, achievements and outcomes:|
|President-elect, President and Past President||Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics||2005 - 2008||Key years for development and promotion of the Evidence Analysis Library and moving research, legislation and emerging areas of practice forward. Served on several committees including Program Planning, Strategic Planning, Finance, Foundation board and chairing the Executive Committee. From my experience as speaker and area coordinator in the House of Delegates, fostered cooperation across the Board, House and other organizational units.|
|Committee on Professional Education||American Society of Nutrition||2009 - 2012||By serving on the Professional Education committee, I achieved a strong collaboration with external nutrition scientists and dietetic researchers about the scope of nutrition and dietetics education and credentialing.|
The future is wide open for students and practitioners today with many choices of what to do and how to help others. The Academy frameworks for education, research and practice are in place and new opportunities and audiences abound. The profession of nutrition and dietetics focuses on people as its core. When lives and events change quickly, we must adapt faster than ever before while upholding our scientific and ethical principles.
Experience is the Best Teacher. Through my extensive activities and positions in the Academy, I've been able to guide and mentor new leaders at the district, state and national level. The new generation of practitioners continue to teach me!