Expert in Food Trends, Food Marketing, Recipe Development (esp. Healthy Foods, Innovative Foods, Alternative Foods, Natural Food Additives)
Expert ID: 733285 Texas, USA
Through her freelance work and 20+ cookbooks, she has designed an extensive number of recipes for Bob's Red Mill (gluten-free grains, coconut flour, and chickpea/garbanzo bean flour), multiple protein powder companies (both whey and plant protein), and major fitness and health magazines, including Dr. Oz's The Good Life, Runner's World, Women's Fitness, Men's Fitness, Health, Trail Running, and Clean Eating.
Expert is an expert in the field of fitness design and instruction for lifelong health. She has more than 20 years as an instructor and personal trainer and holds multiple certifications through the American Council on Exercise and Stott Pilates. She has taught and trained in a wide variety of settings, including universities, spas and private gyms. She is also an endurance athlete who competes in long-distance running and triathlon events.
Expert may consult nationally and internationally, and is also local to the following cities: Shreveport, Louisiana - Bossier City, Louisiana - Tyler, Texas - Longview, Texas
|Year: 2005||Degree: PhD||Subject: Sociology (areas of concentration: health, food, culture); minor in Journalism||Institution: Indiana University|
|Year: 2000||Degree: MA||Subject: Sociology||Institution: Indiana University|
|Year: 1992||Degree: BA||Subject: Sociology||Institution: Bryn Mawr College|
|Years: 2003 to Present||Employer: Undisclosed||Title: Food Writer / Cookbook Author / Recipe Developer||Department:||Responsibilities: Write more than 20+ cookbooks, several of which are bestsellers. Responsibilities include conceptual development of each book, recipe development and testing, as well as all of the interior copy for each book.|
|Years: 2003 to 2008||Employer: Indiana University||Title: Professor||Department: Department of Continuing Education||Responsibilities: Design and teach 300-level undergraduate correspondence courses in sociology.|
|Years: 1998 to 2005||Employer: Indiana University||Title: Instructor/Professor||Department: Sociology||Responsibilities: Design and teach undergraduate sociology courses (100, 200 and 300 level).|