Amy Myrdal Miller, MS, RD
Monday, Oct 5, 2015
What does it take to have a successful career in dietetics? There are many factors that contribute to our professional success, including our education, professional networks, volunteer leadership, work ethic, attitude, and, to some degree, luck. This session will focus on how being a farmer's daughter, having an interest in culinary nutrition, and being committed to having fun have helped the speaker secure unique positions and opportunities - including working for the world's largest fruit and vegetable company, the world's leading culinary school, and launching her own consulting business - during her 20-year career in the field.
List three values that impact his/her job satisfaction
Determine if self-employment is a viable career option
Identify volunteer leadership opportunities at the local, state, and national level that will contribute to professional success
Food Security and Insecurity
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- Explain the impact of nutrient deficiencies in underdeveloped countries.
- Identify challenges and opportunities to nutritiously feed a growing world population.
- Apply evidence-based messaging from RDN farmers in educating consumers about food and farming topics.
Sunday, Oct 7, 2012
Explore dynamic careers that emphasize the food in "food and nutrition professional." Culinary nutrition is an exciting and emerging area for RDs and DTRs to take leadership roles. Find out how leaders in this area developed their unique careers, and the skills and knowledge you will need to build your career in culinary nutrition.Objectives:
- Discuss leadership roles for RDs and DTRs in culinary nutrition.
- Identify skills and knowledge necessary for a career in culinary nutrition.
- Discuss how leaders in culinary nutrition have developed their careers.
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