Healthy Family Project Begins Search for Next Official Registered Dietitian; Trish James Discusses
ORLANDO, FL - The search is on for Healthy Family Project’s next Official Registered Dietitian. The organization has utilized these industry experts since 2008 to review recipes, create content, interact on social media, and respond to nutrition-based media inquiries. Now, Healthy Family Project is calling on registered dietitians to join the cause.
“The registered dietitian position at Healthy Family Project has always been an integral part of what we do and the content we create,” said Trish James, Vice President. “This person needs to have a deep passion for nutrition and want to make a difference in the lives of others through their work.”
The new dietitian will join forces with Healthy Family Project’s already established team of talented food marketers, creating fresh content for its website and extensive social media outlets. They will also be a regular guest on the popular consumer-facing Healthy Family Project podcast, which recently reached 40,000 downloads and 81 episodes, according to a press release.
The organization’s large social media following allows the new dietitian to position themselves as a thought leader in the nutrition, food, and produce space. They will also gain exposure through the blog housed on Healthy Family Project’s website, which reportedly sees 100,000 visitors per month.
“With nutrition top of mind for families, parents, and guardians are specifically searching for our registered dietitian approved recipes,” continued James. “Our Pinterest page now reaches 6 million people per month and continues to grow quickly along with our other social outlets and website.”
Healthy Family Project’s current registered dietitian, Sally Kuzemchak, is retiring her title after three years. Registered dietitians can view full details of the position on Healthy Family Project’s website. The next Official Registered Dietitian will be announced in late September.
Best of luck to all who apply!