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Brittany Niebel, MPH, RD, LD ♦

Registered and licensed dietitian experienced in public health nutrition including health promotion and nutrition education.
Considerable knowledge in dietetics as well as program planning and behavior analysis. Completes work in a timely manner
and exhibits strong communication and leadership skills. Collaborates well with other professionals and relates well to clients.
Proficient in Microsoft Office programs as well as Nutritionist Pro and STATA.

University of Texas School of Public Health, Houston, Texas August 2014 – May 2016
MPH in Health Promotion and Behavioral Sciences
Concentration in Nutrition and Public Health
Dietetic Internship Program, GPA: 3.79

Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas August 2010 – August 2014
BS in Nutritional Sciences, Magna Cum Laude
Honors Program in Nutritional Sciences, GPA: 3.72

Houston Food Bank, Houston, Texas
Clinical Nutrition Coordinator February 2018 – Present
 Implements environmental cues within the food pantry setting to promote healthy items
 Trains healthcare professionals to screen patients for food insecurity
 Conducts nutrition consultations for food pantry clients
 Teaches nutrition education classes for healthcare organizations
Nutrition Educator August 2016 – February 2018
 Taught nutrition and cooking classes to various populations
 Assisted WIC and DAWN programs in conducting grocery store tours for clients
 Collaborated with the Communications Department to implement nutrition education in social media
 Mentored dietetic interns and assigned tasks as needed to facilitate learning

Memorial Hermann Greater Heights, Houston, Texas January 2016 – March 2016
Clinical Nutrition Dietetic Intern
 Provided individualized patient care using the Nutrition Care Process
 Educated patients on nutrition plan of care
 Calculated estimated needs as well as nutrition support orders
 Performed nutrition-focused physical exams to assess malnutrition in patients
 Participated in outpatient counseling for weight management and cardiac rehabilitation patients

St. Joseph Best Bets Program, Bryan, Texas May 2013 – August 2014
Student Intern
 Collected nutrition information of products from a local grocery store and organized the data for future use
 Labeled healthy products in a local grocery store for customers to utilize
 Researched nutritional information of local restaurants and used this information to make brochures for consumers

Department of Nutrition and Food Science, Texas A&M University August 2013 – December 2013
Student Researcher under Dr. Karen Kubena
 Conducted qualitative research on eating disorders from current literature
 Interviewed professionals in the field and recorded data
 Drafted a student journal based on data collected

ServSafe Food Protection Manager

Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, Texas Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics