Kitty Broihier, MS, RD, LD

Kitty is a food and nutrition communications professional who brings over 25 years of experience to her clients. She is just as comfortable working from a nutrition science perspective as she is from a food-centric one.

Kitty is known for her accuracy and practicality, flexibility and professionalism. She works with food companies, public relations firms and trade associations in a variety of capacities, including writing, consulting, trade show representation, web content development, recipe development, menu consultation and as an advisory group member. Her experience ranges from working with branded and commodity food products to issues management and public education.

A prolific writer, Kitty has authored several cookbooks, regularly contributes to several blogs, and has authored many freelance magazine articles for national and regional publications. In addition to written work, she has solid experience in television and presentations, and has represented brands at trade shows and in the press for decades.

Ms. Broihier completed her Bachelor of Science degree in Dietetics at Michigan State University, and received a Master of Science in Nutrition Communications from Boston University. Immediately after her schooling, Kitty entered the world of publishing as a member of the editorial staff at Good Housekeeping magazine, and then moved into the public relations arena, working for an international food company for several years prior to launching her own consulting business.

Kitty currently also serves as an adjunct instructor in the Diet & Nutrition Department at Southern Maine Community College. She also is very active with Maine’s groups of nutrition professionals and has held the positions of President (two terms), Delegate to the national association, Public Relations Chair, Education Chair and Web Manager for the Maine Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.

 

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