NE DPG Mini Meetings

Join in the fun and host a Mini Meeting in your area!

Meet new people and network with other creative and passionate health professionals by joining a local Nutrition Entrepreneurs (NE) group!

For NE members, check the NE Events calendar to see upcoming events in your area, or post your upcoming meeting in the Mini-meetings forum in the Hub!

If there isn’t a group near you yet, start your own! For more information about hosting a mini meeting please email our NE Administrative Assistant or call (513) 972-4668.

Upcoming Mini-Meetings

Philly Area Mini Meeting

Networking + Passive Income Pointers

We are excited to announce the Philly/Mainline NE Mini-Meeting! Join your fellow RDNs for an awesome networking happy hour and an inspiring talk from Sohailla Digsby RDN, LD, CPT and founder of Best Body in 52. She has mastered the work-life balance of raising a family, staying fit, and running a successful business.

Date: September 21st
Time: 6-7:30pm
Location Ardmore, PA (2 East Lancaster Ave., 2nd Floor)
Cost: Free (Happy Hour, light refreshments and door prizes provided)

Passive Income Pursuit and Pointers for RDs

(pending 1 CEU)

Self-published author of 3 books, and creator of various courses and a membership site, Sohailla Digsby will be joining us from GA to share her journey and get you brainstorming possibilities for making the most of your influence and your time.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Learn to plan strategically for long-term impact professionally.

  2. Brainstorm what you can do to make the most of your time serving clients by utilizing self-published books, downloads, or the internet.

Learning Need Codes:

  • 1070 Leadership, critical and strategic thinking

  • 1110 Risk Taking

  • 7070 Entrepreneurship, private practice

RSVP for the meeting!

Questions:
Nicole Goodrich MS, RDN, LDN – NE-DPG Private Practice Group Leader
[email protected] 
(c) 484-872-2909

Boston Area Mini Meeting

Past Mini Meetings

NYC Mini-Meeting – Sept 12, 2018

On September 12, NE members in the NYC area were treated to a special “Cocktails & Conversation” Mini-Meeting event sponsored by PepsiCo. The event was held at Bouley Test Kitchen and featured a panel discussion of RDs at various stages in their careers working with brands. The panel focused on how RDs have worked with brands, how to get started working with brands, and how the industry is evolving. Moderator Keri Gans lead an engaging discussion and Q&A session featuring panelists Frances Largeman-Roth, Keri Glassman, Alissa Rumsey, Sammi Haber Brondo, and Chelsey Amer. 

DC Area Mini Meeting

Are you in the DC area and looking to grow your professional network or just connect with other dietitians in a casual setting? Nutrition Entrepreneurs DPG member Whitney Bateson is hosting a networking event for dietitians September 12th at Mission in Dupont Circle, and all are welcome!

The event theme is “The Business of Branding is Getting Personal.” Having a personal brand can be much more than just self-promotion.  It can be a personal and private exercise that establishes the confidence, credibility, and courage to prioritize what’s most important in your life. Join us for a discussion on the benefits of personal branding while networking with other dietitians!

Dallas NE meeting/Happy Hour – Thanks for Joining Us!

Dallas/Fort Worth dietitians met for an end of the summer Happy Hour and welcomed a fellow nutrition entrepreneur, Sohailla Digsby who’s from Georgia and was in town as a speaker for a fitness conference.

Chicago Mini Meeting – sponsored by PepsiCo’s North America Nutrition -August 2018

The Chicago mini meeting was AMAZING!

We had about 25 RDs there, plus the panelists. We had such great feedback on the quality of the panelists/conversation, and the need for more of these conversations.

Plus, the SWAG bag was on-point, so that helps. Dawn was also amazing (of course!).

Few more gems from our team:

  • Mary Russel came. She was so lovely, and encouraging.
  • Dawn: “this is by far the BEST mini meeting I’ve ever seen”
  • Few RDs I was speaking with: “I wish the Academy would do more of these types of partnerships, we all need to learn and grow and be more well-rounded, this was so helpful”