Title: Program Manager
Company: Institute for Family Health / Bronx Health REACH
Location: Bronx, New York, United States
Kelly Moltzen, Program Manager at the Institute of Family Health, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Health Care Providers for dedication, achievements, and leadership in formulating nutrition and health policies and initiatives.
Currently, as a program manager with Bronx Health REACH at the Institute of Public Health, Ms. Moltzen assists in formulating policy, systems, and environmental efforts to address obesity and diabetes health disparities, especially by coordinating food systems efforts to improve access to and consumption of affordable, fresh food. In addition, as a Fellow with Abrahamic House in Washington, an interfaith intentional community organization that aims to build sustainable interfaith learning and action across Muslim, Jewish, Baha’i and Christian communities.
Ms. Moltzen obtained a Bachelor of Science with honors in nutritional sciences and dietetics with minors in biology, chemistry and Spanish from the University of Delaware, Newark, in 2008. She continued her education with a Master of Public Health in community public health, with emphasis on international community health concentration from New York University in 2011. She is a registered dietitian nutritionist and earlier in her career, she prospered as a program and nutrition coordinator, a dietetic and nutrition intern and a mathematics and science tutor, and was a member of the Franciscan Earth Corps of the Franciscan Action Network and has volunteered with Oxfam Action Corps NYC, the Academy of Nutrition & Dietetics, and New York Faith & Justice.
As a career highlight, Ms. Moltzen cites her inclusion in the Hunter College Food Policy Center’s annual list of 40 individuals under 40 years old who are working to transform the food system. She has accomplished much in terms of food policy is supporting New York City’s 10-year food policy plan.
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