Kids Eat Right - MyPlate. How Do I Rate?
Kids Eat Right MyPlate Mini-Grantees Announced!
Congratulations to the twenty-five (25) Kids Eat Right Campaign Members selected to receive a Kids Eat Right MyPlate. How Do I Rate? mini-grant! Each mini-grantee will receive $200 to lead two presentations from the new MyPlate. How Do I Rate? toolkit in their communities through September 31, 2014.
|Monica Auslander MS, RD, LDN (Fla.)
Jennifer Cayemberg MS, RD, LDN (Ill.)
Ashley Cully MS, RD (N.J.)
Tracy Curlin DTR, CDM (Ark.)
Katherine Davis Dietetic Intern (Miss.)
Daljeet Dhillon MS, RD, LD, CLC, PC (Ohio)
Stacy Haumea RDN, MPH, LD, CDE (Hawaii)
Katherine Hearne MPH, RDN, LD (Texas)
Tennille Houston MHE, RDN, LD, CDE (Idaho)
|Lindsey Joe RDN, LDN (Tenn.)
Bonnie Kruse RD (Ill.)
Alana Marrero Gonzalez LND, MHSN (P.R.)
Stephanie McMurry RD, LD (Ala.)
Kate Myerson RDN, CDE (Vt.)
Jody Peach MS, RD, LD (N.M.)
Gina Shell- Hayes BS (Ala.)
Kelly Sierra RD, LDN (Ill.)
|Irene Soucy MS, RD, LDN (Del.)
Karen Stanfar MPH, RDN, LD (Ohio)
Dervishe Ugursal MS, RD (South Korea)
Brittani Vanderschaegen RD (S.C.)
Chris Vogliano MS, RD, LD (Ohio)
Julie Walenta MPH, RDN (N.Y.)
Stefanie Williams RD-eligible (Pa.)
Desiray Yeaw BS, Dietetic Intern (Calif.)
The new Kids Eat Right MyPlate. How Do I Rate? toolkit is now available at www.kidseatright.org/volunteer as a free downloadable toolkit consisting of six ready-made presentations—two for healthcare professionals and two for parents in English and two for parents in Spanish. Each presentation includes a 20 minute PowerPoint presentation with leader notes, a suggested 10-minute group activity, and participant handouts. Additionally, this toolkit is available to all healthcare providers to www.eatright.org/foundation. Please promote the toolkit to healthcare providers to utilize with their staff or colleagues and parent clients.
This Kids Eat Right MyPlate. How Do I Rate? toolkit was developed by content experts from the Public Health/Community Nutrition DPG, and Spanish parent presentations were reviewed and edited by Latinos and Hispanics in Dietetics and Nutrition MIG. The new toolkit and mini-grant opportunity was made possible through an educational grant from Dannon.