We’re Proud to Announce Our Newest Partner: Susan Weiner, MS, RDN, CDE, CDN!
June 25, 2016
Susan Weiner is an award-winning Registered Dietitian-Nutritionist, Certified Diabetes Educator and published author. Her Masters Degree in Applied Physiology and Nutrition from Columbia University in New York has afforded her the opportunity to practice as a nutritionist and exercise physiologist.
Owner of Susan Weiner Nutrition, PLLC, located in New York. Susan was named the 2015 AADE Diabetes Educator of the Year and is the recipient of the 2016 Dare to Dream award from the Diabetes Research Institute. She has also been honored with the 2014 Distinguished Alumna Award from SUNY Oneonta and received the 2015 LifeChanger Award from Health Monitor.
Susan is a key educational advisor for Marjorie’s Fund, a type 1 diabetes global diabetes initiative. She is on the advisory board for DiabetesSisters and for “THE BETES.” She also serves on the board of directors of Project Real. Most importantly (to us) Susan is passionate about helping people with diabetes live the best, healthiest lives possible. Her intelligence, sincerity and dedication is truly admired and we are thrilled to add her as one of our Partners!
Check out Susan’s most recent project Healthy Bytes for useful and insightful blogs on living with diabetes.
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