Posts Tagged ‘mentors’
 
June 7th, 2013 |

Go For It.

My name is Liz Schneider, and I’m a guest blogger for The Plate Coach. I’m married, I live in a Boston suburb, and I love to write. I eat anything and everything – but always in moderation. I was a gymnast growing up and now I have fun trying new activities to stay fit. My qualifications include a master’s degree in nutrition and a completed dietetic internship.

How I got here:

Not too long ago I found myself sitting in a conference room among fellow interns intently listening to Tara – a guest speaker for our class. She was cool, collected, and generously shared her journey with us. It was inspiring, it was real, and it hit home for me. I found that I shared similar views with Tara and knew I just had to meet her, get to know her, work with her. So I went for it. I joined Tara’s blog, The Plate Coach because I always work best with people whom I admire. And I think that’s a great life lesson – to go with your gut and surround yourself with people who inspire you.

I hope to provide interesting and informative posts about nutrition, health, and wellness. My views on the nutrition are inline with The Plate Coach’s belief that ‘good for you should taste good, too.’ I want to explore the world of nutrition, a world I love, on a deeper level and use this opportunity as an outlet to express what’s on the mind of a brand new dietitian.

CATEGORIES: One Bite Better
 
December 20th, 2012 |

Transitions

Change is good, right? Right?

Hello there! Welcome to my very first post as The Plate Coach.

The past month has been a whirlwind with a major job transition and prepping the launch of my new website. I’m happy to finally be here!

After working over a decade at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute/Brigham & Women’s Hospital, I’m changing gears to work at Lown Cardiovascular Center in Brookline and expand my private practice. I still work with Boston Red Sox and have been more involved with InsideTracker. Change is good! Change is BUSY! (more…)

CATEGORIES: One Bite Better