Stacia Clinton, RD LDN, works with the global non-profit organization Health Care Without Harm, bringing her experience as a registered and licensed dietitian in the state of Massachusetts. In New England, she coordinates local and sustainable institutional purchasing and program development. Nationally, she engages in clinical advocacy and pertinent policy efforts to improve the food system. She currently holds the position as in-coming chair of The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics’ Environmental Nutrition dietetic practice group and plays a role in the Academy’s Antibiotic Resistance and Residue Workgroup. In addition to this work, Ms. Clinton has extensive experience in the field of food service and clinical nutrition management with past positions in small and large-scale health care facilities. Ms. Clinton assisted in authoring numerous educational tools for the health care sector such as: The Food-Climate Relationship, The Balanced Menus Recipe Toolkit, and Hydrate for Health: A Call for Healthy Beverages in Health Care.
Bio from Illinois Public Health Institute.