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Contact Tracy: tracywilliams87 at gmail.com

Tracy Williams feels the most fulfilled to share with others her love for living a healthy lifestyle. She prides herself on sharing the most recent medical research when it comes to the latest on nutrition. She learned the importance of sharing the most recent medical research during her time at Dominican University. She is a Dominican University graduate with her degree in Nutrition and Dietetics.

After graduation, she began her career as an American Cancer Society medical ambassador. She thoroughly enjoys speaking publicly, proved by her continued collaboration with particular parts of society. It is very fulfilling for Tracy to continue her love for community nutrition education while being a spokesperson for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. She enjoys collaborating with fellow nutritionists, especially for food demo programs.

Ms. Williams has begun freelance writing for a publication related to the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Her most recent topic includes school wellness programs in the Chicagoland area. She has spoken at the Abilities Expo Chicago 2017 on nutrition myths, adaptive cooking and adaptive fitness for peers with disabilities. Ms. Williams enjoys advancing her knowledge base by participating in webinars, seminars and a variety of advanced Certificates of Training, especially related to the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics or the local and state dietetic associations. She also enjoys doing activities related to social justice. She enjoys spending free time with her friends and family.

You can find Tracy at her website

Recent clips: 

Jessica Cording Nutrition, September 2017: Healthy Living Hacks for People with Disabilities

Nutrition 411, August 2017: Nutrition Concerns for People with Down Syndrome, Spinal Cord Injury, and Cerebral Palsy

Dietitians Online, March 2017: National Cerebral Palsy Day: The Different Sides of Cerebral Palsy Feeding Challenges

Tracy is available for personal essays and reported features

Additional communication availability: Phone, text

Languages: English

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