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    January WEBINAR - Workplace Wellness - Impacting Productivity through EE Health/Nutrition Initiatives - APPROVED 1.5 PDCs SHRM & HRCI

    Date: January 15, 2020, 7:00am – 9:00am
    Organizer:
    Jamie Lerner, Program Director
    Location:
    WEBINAR Only - Log In details will be sent to all registrants

    Price:
    Members $15, Non-Member $25; ,students $10
    Event Type:
    Webinar
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    Christine Ju, MS, RDN; Nancy Piho, RDN; Kelly Springer, MS, RDN, CDN from the Good Nutrition Group bring their expertise to our WINTER WEBINAR  presentation on how you and your team can can impact employee health (and therefore productivity) through nutrition education.

    Christine Ju, MS, RDN serves as an adjunct professor at American University, teaching nutrition to undergraduate students. Prior to becoming a dietitian, Christine spent the first 15 years of professional life in marketing communications and project management, working for the private sector on projects spanning the globe. She also holds a BA in Economics from the University of Delaware and an MS in Global Health from Northwestern University.

    ​Nancy Piho, RDN is a  driving force in the food, nutrition and culinary world of Washington. She conducts nutrition education programs for numerous food and beverage companies, serving as a media spokesperson and in public speaking. Nancy has extensive culinary training, and has taught cooking classes, produced cooking videos, assisted many supermarket chains with nutrition communications, and developed recipes and meal plans. She is the author of the popular 2009 parenting book, “My Two-Year-Old Eats Octopus: Raising Children Who Love to Eat Everything,” and is a frequent speaker on the topic of kids, healthy diets and preventing picky eating.

    Kelly Springer, MS, RDN, CDN is the former Division Dietitian at Wegmans Food Markets, spearheading the company’s workplace wellness program, Kelly is also the VP of Workforce Engagement at ProHCM. She’s also conducted nutrition education through her private practice, and at Hillside Children’s Center and Auburn Memorial Hospital Bariatric Center. Kelly is a graduate of West Virginia University with a BS degree in Nutrition and earned her Master’s degree in Health Education from SUNY Cortland.

    Objectives:
    -    To understand the financial impact of health-related absenteeism
    -    To understand the role HR managers and directors can play within their organization to positively affect health-related absenteeism.

    Meeting Agenda:

    7:00 Sponsor Introductions/Chapter Business

    7:15-8:45 - Presentation

    Registration is now closed - please contact Suzanne at smotta@signatureperformance.com for late registration. ​