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Roxanne Moore, MS, RD
Roxanne Moore is the national director of wellness for Sodexo School Services. Roxanne has over 18 years of experience specializing in nutrition education and has developed programs for healthcare, government programs, schools, restaurants and supermarkets. Prior to Sodexo, Roxanne served as a spokesperson for the American Dietetic Association (ADA), administered the USDA Child Nutrition Programs through the Maryland State Department of Education and the Army, taught in the Department of Kinesiology at Towson University and served as Director of Nutrition Education programs for a cardiac Rehabilitation program.
Roxanne’s media expertise has afforded her opportunities to educate the community through a variety of venues including live television and publications such as RedBook, Southwest Airlines, Mens Health and Readers Digest. In addition Roxanne has produced and hosted a weekly radio show entitled Nutrition Matters. Roxanne earned her bachelor of science degree in dietetics from Hood College and a master’s of science in health science and administration from Towson University (Maryland). She is certified as a Child and Adolescent Obesity Counselor through both ShapeDown and The American Dietetic Association.
She is also a member of Sodexo’s Womens Network group, the American and Maryland Dietetic Associations and the Sports Cardiovascular and Wellness Nutritionists dietetic practice group. She serves as an advisory board member to Share Our Strengths Cooking Matters program and Girls Inc., as well as an active board member with the Maryland Dietetic Association. As Sodexo’s Director of Wellness for schools, Roxanne supports program development for more than 470 school districts and helps bring together procurement, culinary development, public policy impacting child health and nutrition science to create innovative and inspiring nutrition programs. In her spare time, she stays active with her family and enjoys kayaking, road and mountain biking, hiking and running.
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