Amy Rovner

 

 


 

I have always been interested in food and its connection to health and well-being. My undergraduate degree is a Bachelor of Science in Hotel Administration with a concentration in Food & Beverage Management from Cornell University. After working in the hospitality industry for several years, I decided to pursue additional education in nutrition. I received my Master of Public Health and Nutrition degree from the University of Washington. I also completed an internship to become a Registered Dietitian. I have been teaching Nutrition at Shoreline Community College for six years and love sharing and learning with my students.




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Jul 11th 2016

This course will celebrate food and its relationship to wellness, focusing on a global approach. Participants will investigate culinary and dietary practices from four regions around the world, looking at the correlation and interconnection between local foods and health.

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