Have an important project on your to-do list?
Let’s do something about it
Sure, you could hand it to the placement student, a volunteer or even the consultant who worked on your last project.
But you’ve learned the hard way that this only leads to:
Lacklustre execution, a seemingly ‘flexible’ timeline and a blown-out budget.
You’re here looking for new, better options.
Options that give you peace of mind that your project not only meets, but exceeds your expectations.
Let me introduce you to the smarter choice
A public health nutrition consultant like me who’s mastered
- How to research so the evidence is solid and builds trust
- How to design and deliver content that presents the evidence so it gains momentum
- How to strategise policy submissions so they drive your agenda
Someone who knows how to bridge the gap between academia and the food industry so nutrition advice resonates with the general public.
Because it’s clear, concise and calls to action.
How we tap into my public health nutrition expertise is entirely up to you and your requirements.
Who I’ve learnt with
How we can work together
Food & nutrition research
Task me with gathering the vital information for your project so you can rely on solid, evidence-based foundations that build trust.Research for us
Call on me to strategise, design and deliver education programs and media campaigns to clearly communicate nutrition findings to drive change.Educate for us
Nutrition policy advice
Make me your go-to for evidence-based and researched-backed policy submissions on a national or international scale that see you getting on with business.Advise for us
The Triple Effect
Experience true peace of mind with this ongoing, fixed-fee package. Trust me with regular research, education and policy solutions for your business so you can finally shift from reactive to proactive, and anticipate upcoming trends and changes within your industry.Consult for us
What have we worked on?
Development of the Australian nutrition knowledge questionnaire
Invited speaking engagements for Nutrition Society of Australia and Queensland Nutrition Network Meeting
Responded to Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ) Digital and other use of the Health Star Rating (HSR) system
“It has been a pleasure to have you (work) in the DA Health and Nutrition team. I really appreciate your can-do attitude, positive approach to work and new tasks, how you have got across the science and been proactive in following up, seeking out or driving opportunities. Your knowledge and research experience also delivered value.”