Congratulations to Julie Mishoe who recently graduated Magna cum Laude with a Master of Science in Health and Nutrition Education degree. Julie plans to combine her newly acquired knowledge with her past 20 years of experience as a personal trainer placing a special focus on nutrition. Her goal is to encourage people to look at their current lifestyle, including diet, stress management, and exercise, to promote nutritional changes that will improve their optimal health and wellness. She plans to team up with one of the wellness centers near her home and offer nutrition and weight management consulting. Julie's thesis, Osteoarthritis: Pain Relief and Improved Mobility Using Nutritional and Lifestyle Changes, makes a wonderful contribution to the literature. Best of luck, Julie!
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J. Erin Chamerlik is to be congratulated for graduating Magna cum Laude from the Master of Science in Health and Nutrition Education program.
goal is to support the healing response of the body through food, nutritional
supplements, and relaxation exercises. She earned a Bachelor of Science degree
in Biology from the University of Wisconsin and is certified as a Medical Technologist
by the of Clinical Pathologists. American College Erin teaches classes locally called, Achieving Wellness & Weight
Loss as well as Reversing Diabetes with Nutrition and is the owner of Get Better
Wellness, a holistic nutrition education company with a website, www.GetBetterWellness.com .
She publishes a weekly newsletter electronically, blogs at GetBetterWellness.blogspot.com, records a weekly podcast with Blog Talk Radio, has been featured on the radio programs Seeing Beyond and Living Better at 50+ and is a regular nutrition contributor to the on-line magazine, Living Better at 50+. Continued success,
You can read Carmen’s blog at http://blog.phono-graphix.com/
Congratulations to Freda Neff who graduated Cum Laude with a Master of Science in Health and Nutrition Education degree. Freda is also a certified nutritionist through the National Exercise and Sports Trainer Association (NESTA) as a Lifestyle and Weight Management Specialist and is also a National Health Educator (NHE) Certified Fitness Nutritionist. Freda is very passionate about nutrition and firmly believes that many illnesses and health issues can benefit from a balance of proper nutrition, exercise, and simple lifestyle changes. Her thesis "How to Maximize Fertility through Nutrition: The Fertility Enhancing Program" is evidence of her passion and a testament to her knowledge. To find out more information please visit www.WeighofLife.com or Freda@neffwellness.com. Keep your passion alive, Freda!
Congratulations to Toby Luria, a Magna cum Laude graduate of the Master of Science in Health and Nutrition Education program. In addition to her Master's degree from Hawthorn, Toby holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Child Development and Family Relations/Social Work from
. She has been involved in the field of
nutrition since 1977, through ownership of a natural food business, and through
personally incorporating a whole food and holistic way of life for her family.
She specializes in health transformations through education and counseling for
weight management, pregnancy and family nutrition, and has been called a "blessing"
by clients. She is committed to making sure the next generation has a good
chance for a healthy life through supportive eating choices. Toby's professional email is firstname.lastname@example.org. Continued success to you, Toby! Cornell University
Sharon Ellis is a recent graduate of the Master of Science in Health and Nutrition Education program.
Sharon in collaboration with the Center for Holistic Development in , has started the Omaha Whole Health Cooperative. After being in the work force for 20 years and giving health tips to everyone who asked and would listen, her passion for health and nutrition was awakened. She was inspired to continue her education, graduate, and help others make positive changes in their life by providing information, encouragement, and support related to health and nutrition. Her thesis, Are Artificial Sweeteners a Good Choice? reflects her enthusiasm and educational accomplishment. Continue your good work, Omaha, Nebraska ! Sharon
Amy Murphy graduated with honors from the Master of Science in Holistic Nutrition program. Amy has been a 4-H Youth Extension Educator with Penn State Cooperative Extension for almost two decades and has created and delivered a variety of programs to youth and adults. Her personal battle for optimal health led her to work with an alternative health care practitioner to uncover the reason behind years of debilitating fatigue and illness. Amy reports that Hawthorn’s education, focusing on organic whole foods and biochemical individuality, resulted in her experiencing a health revolution.
Amy’s passion lies in helping others realize what food they should eat, how to create meals, and how to prepare foods so that they can experience a new life of energy and vitality. Her thesis, Educating Food Service Personnel to Implement Healthier School Lunches, personifies her professional goals of working with local school districts and school lunch programs to facilitate healthier menu options as well as working with local farm producers for seasonal products. Thanks for doing this important work Amy!