OHEA is pleased to welcome another five new PHEcs this fall! You can read about them below!
Tess is a registered dietitian who just finished her MSc in Food and Nutrition at Brescia University College (BUC). She has worked in various health care fields as dietitian including: long-term care, outpatient oncology, private practice, home care and most recently acute stroke care. She is currently an instructor at BUC for nutrition courses for first year undergraduates as well as third and fourth year nutrition students. She has a passion for how culture shapes our understanding of health and eating, as well as the importance of commensality as a foundation for health. She is very excited to be a part of the PHEc family!
My name is Madelyn Morgan and I have just recently graduated from the Western University/Brescia University College from a BSc in Nutrition and Dietetics. I work as a Bariatric Educator/Clinical Nutritionist at Wharton Medical Clinic during the week. On weekends, I work at my local nut butter business called Crushed Niagara Falls where I create and sell homemade nut butters and spreads made with minimal, nutritious ingredients. I am very excited to be a certified Professional Home Economist!
Ph.D. Food and Nutrition (Home Science)
25 Years Teaching experience at university
Andrea Lopez is a recent graduate of Brescia University College at Western University where she received her Bachelor of Arts degree in the Specialization in Nutrition and Families program. In continuing her passion for promoting food literacy in youth, she is attending Westerns’ Faculty of Education and is focusing in the Family Studies and Social Science streams. Andrea is excited to join the PHEc community and looks forward to an exciting career as a member of the OHEA!
Hello, my name is Erica Kuntz! I recently graduated from Brescia University College with a Bachelor of Science in Food and Nutrition and am currently pursuing a Certificate in Vegetarian Culinary Arts at George Brown College. I am very interested in recipe development, teaching healthy food skills to others, and community dietetics. I am excited to be a PHEc and look forward to learning more about the profession, and engaging in professional development and networking opportunities.
The Ontario Home Economics Association, a self-regulating body of professional Home Economists, promotes high professional standards among its members so that they may assist families and individuals to achieve and maintain a desirable quality of life.