|POSITION||Skills/Attributes associated with the position||Examples of how I have demonstrated outcomes for each skill/attribute that qualify me for the position|
||Team oriented, innovator, collaborator, and communicator with diverse BOD experiences. 1. Governance restructure, fiscal affairs re-alignment and HOD re-design. 2. LPPC expansion and Congressional Briefing for Malnutrition 3. Trend analysis and several strategic planning cycles 4. Facilitated “Student” category & “FAND” recognition 5. Champion for Spokesperson program, FN Magazine and health disparities advocate and author.|
|C.P. Fileti Associates, Inc.||Principal/President||28|
|St. Joseph Mercy Hospital||Division Director for Clinical Nutrition & Asst. Director of Food Services||7|
|St. Barnabas Medical Center||Co-Director of Nutrition Support Team||2|
|Leadership Position||Organization||Years Involved in the Organization||My specific leadership contributions, achievements and outcomes:|
|AND Board of Director (2005-2008)||Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics||2005 - 2008||AND Board of Director: House Leadership Team Member & Director-at-Large. Specific highlights:
• Chairman of Practice Paper Task Force: outcome created process for organization
• Chairman of Member Interest Group: outcome created avenue for recognition of new organizational entities
• House leadership liaison to Fiscal Affairs and Diversity Committees
• Board liaison to Legislative & Public Policy Committee,, Member Value and Honors Committees
• Selection and evaluation of Academy CEO’s
• Member Value Committee creating new criteria and credential of FAND for member recognition
• Mission, vision and strategic planning with implementation and accountability
• Selected, endorsed and assured strategy for AND growth with Member focus
• Stewardship and embraced change for present and future relevancy of AND Members
• Trend evaluation for impact to education, research and practice
• Gap analysis to bridge products and services for RDN’s and DTR’s to deploy or employ
• Collaboration with key allied health and policy influencers and organizations.
|Chairman and Founder Member||First AND MIG: Latinos and Hispanics in Dietetics and Nutrition||2007 - 2010||Served in variety of roles prior to Chairman:
• Developed by-laws, program of work, goals & objectives
• Created revenue stream detail and sponsorship channels to support activities
• Established strategic planning process developing full board participation
• Instituted the Trinko Award for outstanding LAHIDAN Member annual recognition, named for AND staff member (dec.)
• Encouraged and supported succession planning for MIG
• Aligned program of work to AND and included student involvement encouraging research role
• Developed the newsletter as first editor.
|Retired Spokesperson||Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics||2005 - 2019||Worked on front end, as a committee member, that established the marketing and communication department for the Association and the “Ambassador” program. Later served as “Spokesperson for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics”.
• First bi-lingual spokesperson
• Worked with colleagues to create high level media impression with major news outlets
• Extended our brand (RD/DTR) throughout multiple media channels
• Utilized the AND Position Statements and evidenced-based sourcing to communicate research and emerging topics through Practice Paper to diverse target audiences.
|Co-Leader for 2018 -2019 Campaign , Tocqueville Board Member and Communications Committee Member||United Way of Washtenaw County||2017 - 2019||• Established collaborative vision for Futures Fund to impact capacity and capabilities to serve over 92 non-profit agencies
• Co-Director for United Way Annual Leadership Campaign with community outreach and media PSA's
• Spearhead philantrophy drive to including matching funds achieving 50% fund goal before launch date
• 2018 Women of the Year: Supported Power of the Purse event surpassing record for event attendance and fund target
• Speaker and support for first strategic planning session for 36 non-profits organizations with the incentives created for "next
step" implementation challenge with grant awards to (4) organizations
• Communications committee member providing advisory role for branding, social marketing and traditional campaigns of the
|Eastern Michigan University Health & Human Services Advisory Board||Eastern Michigan University||2013 - 2019||• Supported additions to the Board to engage community with medical and allied health representatives
• Served on sub-advisory Board to launch newly forming Physician Assistant Program from ground up
• Created opportunities for Health & Human Services department leaders to work with local hospital systems leading to joint venture program including simulation laboratory, physical plant expansion for nutrition services and other allied health programs.
The potential to grow and harvest the interest in food as medicine is now. Our members have unique skill sets to lead health care systems as key providers in team-based delivery models. The prevention and well-being sector provides a wide berth of traditional, and non-traditional, opportunities across the life cycle. Programs to address nutrition safety and security gaps will drive utilization if we capture and communicate solutions to our publics. It's time.
Let's innovate and invigorate initiatives that make our members relevant in today's competitive landscape.