About Georgia


As a Registered Dietitian, I serve as a nutrition communications consultant at eat well global, inc., a global nutrition communications agency based in brooklyn, ny.  Prior to taking on this role, I worked with private clients at ny nutrition group, helping individuals manage a variety of acute and chronic medical conditions. In addition to working in these realms of nutrition, I am passionate about the power of nutrition communications to help others lead empowered, strong, and vibrant lives. My recent features include such online publications as the Huffington Post, FOOD52 and women's health. 


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Professional Organizations

The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics

Dietitians in Business and Communications Dietetics Practice Group

Nutrition Entrepreneurs Dietetic Practice Group




Education & Credentials

Bachelor of Science B.S. in Applied Health Science, Dietetics from Indiana University in Bloomington, IN

Nutrition Policy Summer Internship at N. Chapman Associates, Inc. in Washington, DC

Dietetic Internship Certification from Oregon Health & Science University in Portland, OR

RD/RDN: Registered Dietitian, Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics

CDN: Certified Dietitian-Nutritionist in the state of New York


Registered Dietitian vs. Nutritionist

One question I am frequently asked is what differentiates an RD from a “nutritionist?” Registered Dietitians are the only nationally recognized nutrition professionals and are required to complete the following steps before becoming credentialed:

1. Bachelors degree in nutrition or related field from an accredited university, completing specific coursework to meet DPD (Didactic Program in Dietetics) standards

2. Accredited dietetic internship program, completing a minimum of 1200 hours of supervised practice primarily in the areas of clinical, community, and foodservice nutrition

3. Registration examination for dietitians upon completion of dietetic internship


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