MAND members and RDNs across Maine are helping residents in our state in so many ways - watch the videos below to get a glimpse of everything we do!
Private Practice with Patsy Catsos
School Nutrition - Mary Emmerson
LEARN ABOUT THE ADVOCACY SUMMIT
The Nutrition and Dietetics Advocacy Summit, formerly known as the Public Policy Workshop, is the Academy's annual advocacy event where hundreds of food and nutrition professionals gather in our nation's capital to sharpen their communication skills, take a deep-dive into key policy issues that impact the health of the nation and the dietetics profession, and develop new personal and professional relationships. Whether you are a newcomer to the world of policy and advocacy or a seasoned advocate, there is something for everyone at the Nutrition and Dietetics Advocacy Summit! Attendees receive top-notch leadership and communications training that prepare them for their meetings on Capitol Hill and follow-up meetings with representatives once they are back home.
Outpatient Counseling - Kay Mullin
Community Nutrition - Kate Yerxa & Alex Gayton
Nutrition Education &Training - Eileen Molloy & Mona Therrien
If you know a legislator that supports nutrition issues for the state or in your district, please take a few minutes and send a request for the nomination for to MAND's Public Policy Committee. If selected, they will be given the award at our annual MAND Legislative Breakfast.
MAND is often asked to take a position on bills being considered by the Maine Legislature or on regulations being developed by state agencies. To date, MAND has supported the following bills through written and oral testimonies:
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THE FOUNDATION'S FUTURE OF FOOD is a collaboration with Feeding America and network food banks, Academy of Nutrition and Dietetic's Foundation, and National Dairy Council®. The project provides a platform of evaluation tools and resources, showcases existing best practices and nutrition initiatives, and engages health and nutrition professionals to help fight hunger while promoting health.
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