The Speaker to Engage Your Group
Energize your event with Dina’s inspirational presentations that leave audiences stimulated to change the conversation from nutrition to habits and teach children to have a happy and healthy relationship with food—for life!
Dina knows how set an innovative tone for your event and can launch your conference with clarity and purpose. She leaves audiences with a message that is both pragmatic and memorable. Her programs offer participants ready-to-implement tactics, as well as the tools to incorporate the habits-perspective into their personal and professional lives.
Sought after for her down-to-earth, warm and humorous speaking style, Dina delivers rich content and cutting edge insight to her audience, engaging and energizing them to create change in children’s lives.
Dina is available for:
- Television/Radio Appearances
- Parenting Workshops
- Professional Development Workshops: Child Care Providers, Teachers, Dietitians, and others.
- Physicians: Grand Rounds Presentations and Professional Conferences
- Speaking Engagements, Keynote Addresses and Panel Discussions
- Conscious parenting (and conscious living) can change the world
- How teaching good nutrition can create a lifetime of bad habits
- Why corporations need to get involved: healthy children create better employees
- Eliminating the blame-game: How early childhood educators can help parents bring the habits message home
- The Yogurt-Covered Pretzel: Why Sugar, Salt and Fat are the Enemy (and Why Veggie Chips aren’t your Friends)
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Dina Rose, PhD is a sociologist, parent educator, feeding expert and the author of It’s Not About the Broccoli: Three Habits to Teach Your Kids for a Lifetime of Healthy Eating (Perigee). Dina has been training parents, pediatricians, dietitians, and early childhood educators in the Habits Approach for the past decade. Her work has been featured on TV, radio, and in print and online news sources. Whether she’s speaking at an intimate gathering of parents, a professional conference, grand rounds or delivering a keynote address, Dina’s message is pragmatic, memorable and so unique it has been called “transformational.” In addition to writing her own blog, It’s Not About Nutrition, Dina is also a regular contributor to Psychology Today. For media information and testimonials see www.itsnotaboutnutrition.com.
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