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We all have a story

Why I became a dietitian

Throughout my childhood my mom / my "sister"/ my best friend went through long periods of being "sick and tired of being sick-and-tired." She was adamant about feeling better and healthier. So she tried supplements, different diets, protein shakes, support groups, almost anything she could think of to lose the weight with some success, but nothing that felt everlasting.   Her journey to be less sick and tired was nothing short of exhausting. I couldn't understand what was wrong since we ate well and she made many changes.  I felt her pain and her longing for more energy.


I tagged along to her weight loss support group once.  I saw more people there than in my 5th grade class and I realized that my mom wasn't alone. There were many people trying anything to feel better. They were logging their food, self-weighing, and showing up to support group.  Some people's weight loss journeys were going really well and we'd applaud their successes. Others were struggling and we listened.  The room was filled with hope and heartache. 


It dawned on me that it's not anyone's fault. Weight loss is an incredibly sensitive and complicated endeavor. I wanted to help people feel less of that pain when trying to lose weight.  I wanted to help so they could live their lives the way they wanted to: with health, happiness, and vitality.    


University of Wisconsin- Madison, School of Medicine and Public Health, Madison, WI

Research Dietitian | > 1 year, 6 months

Froedtert Health, Froedtert Memorial Lutheran Hospital, Milwaukee, WI 

Clinical Dietitian, Outpatient Bariatric Surgery | 5 years, 9 months​

Clinical Dietitian, Outpatient General Internal Medicine | 13 months

Dietitian Health Coach, Workplace Wellness | 2 years, 2 months


The Party RD, LLC, Milwaukee, WI   

Registered Dietitian & Founder | >2 years, 10 months

Mount Mary University, Milwaukee, WI

Dietetic Intern | 9 months

Aurora Outpatient Diabetes Clinics, Froedtert Hospital, Hunger Task Force, Froedtert Hospital Menomonee Falls​


Jessica Marie Health, Chicago, IL

Nutrition and Social Media Intern | 6 months


Mount Mary University, Milwaukee, WI                                  

Masters of Science in Dietetics | 2019   

Concentration in Nutrition Counseling

Thesis: independent research “Pre-operative compliance to nutrition recommendations and 1-year post-operative weight loss success following bariatric  surgery.” 

Dietetic Internship | 2015                                                                          


Dominican University, River Forest, Illinois                                                 

Bachelor of Science in Dietetics and Nutrition | 2014                      

Bachelor of Arts in Interdepartmental German Studies |2014       

Dean’s List 2011- 2013

Presidential Scholarship 2011-2014

University of Salzburg, Austria                                           

Study Abroad, American Institute of Foreign Study | 2012

SOFTWARE                   Microsoft Office (Outlook, Teams, Word, Excel, PowerPoint), Zoom, Slack, Trello

EMR & TELEHEALTH    REDCap, Epic SuperUser, Doximity, Healthie 

LANGUAGE                  American English (native proficiency), German (professional working                                                           proficiency) 


Rebecca Snowball-Reeves Continuing Education Award, Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Weight Management Dietetic Practice Group | 2021

Outstanding Senior in Nutrition and Dietetics, Dominican University


Certificate of Training in Adult Weight Management, Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics | May 2016

Certified Dietitian | October 2020- October 2022

  • Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services, Certification #2928-29 

Registered Dietitian Nutritionist | Aug 2015- present

  • Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, ID#86050089


Dietz, A. (2019, January 2). Five New Years Resolutions Better Than "Lose Weight" . Retrieved from Edible Milwaukee:


Dietz, A. (2018, August 8). How to make healthy food choices at the fairgrounds. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.


Dietz, A. (2018, August 2). Not So Sweet: What You Need to Know About Added Sugars. Retrieved from Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin:





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