Today @ MAND – Nominations and Black History Month

February 27th, 2021

AND elections are done and Massachusetts participation went up to 13.54% from last year’s 8.1%! Keep up the participation as we have the MAND Board of Directors elections coming quickly. Read further for the nominations. Lastly, the entire month of February is National Black History Month. So at MAND we wanted to feature once again […]

Posted by: Maureen Kelly Gonsalves

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Today @ MAND – Black History Month

February 4th, 2021

Here at MAND we are beyond excited everyday to feature the amazing diverse dietitians that serve the community of Massachusetts. Today, we interview Sue-Ellen Anderson Hayes and her path to becoming a registered dietitian. Please continue to support Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion and all dietitians. DEI Feature: Sue-Ellen Anderson Haynes My name is Sue-Ellen Anderson […]

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Today @ MAND – Dismantling December

December 23rd, 2020

How do you address yourself when you enter a client’s personal space, might it be their hospital room, residential housing, or virtual? Jay Patruno begins with his pronouns, he/him, and immediately creates an active approach to dismantling bias. Read below to learn more about his career path. Finally, we check in with expert Jillian Allen […]

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Today @ MAND – Reflections in November

November 20th, 2020

Are you a new dietitian? Still a student? A career changer? Today we reflect on Quynh’s road less traveled and catch up with Aliza as she finishes her studies. And just hopefully, one of these stories inspires you to nominate a colleague for a MAND award or honor by January 15th, 2021! Lastly, Socials for […]

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Annual Meeting

Annual Meeting

Due to health concerns due to COVID-19, we have made the decision to cancel the 2020 ANCE. Stay safe and we hope to see you in 2021! 

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