“I would recommend Christy for spokesperson work without hesitation. She is a natural communicator and has an advanced understanding of how to take complex concepts and communicate them to the public in an accessible way.
In all her work, Christy is diligent in her research and this deep understanding of the science of nutrition permeates her writing and broadcast efforts. She is able to genuinely execute messaging and clearly explain the reasoning behind her perspective. Beyond this, she is a true pleasure to collaborate with. Her enthusiasm and love of her craft are infectious.”
“Christy was a Dietitians of Canada National Spokesperson between April 2014 and February 2015 and she has been a Nutrition Month Media Spokesperson since 2013. She is consistently generous with her time and a pleasure to work with.
As a spokesperson, Christy was quick to share her experiences and strategies with her peers, encouraging them to join her in expanding the media footprint of dietitians. Christy is a role model for other dietitians interested in working with the media and representing the dietetics profession.”
“Christy was recognized for her tireless efforts with ELLICSR (Health, Wellness and Cancer Survivorship Centre) and the Head and Neck Survivorship Program, researching and delivering cancer-specific nutrition information for nutrition and cooking classes. Christy has been called a “trailblazer” in her field and established the Head and Neck Survivorship nutrition clinic.”
The Innovation in Education Award is a Recognition Award for an individual or team who has contributed to an exceptional and innovative educational program or experience for learners of any kind at The Princess Margaret Cancer Centre.
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