SupplySide Stories Episode 2: A new Masters of Science degree that can propel your career as a business leader in the nutrition industry – podcastSupplySide Stories Episode 2: A new Masters of Science degree that can propel your career as a business leader in the nutrition industry – podcast
In our latest episode of SupplySide stories we dig into a new education program from Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine, the Master of Science in Nutrition Business Leadership, that can benefit your career and propel your business or practice to the next level.
February 24, 2020
Sponsored by Southwest College of Naturopathic (SCNM) School of Nutrition
Join us today where we speak with Gena E. Kadar, DC, MS.MEdL, CNS, Dean of Southwest College of Naturopathic (SCNM) School of Nutrition about the Master of Science in Nutrition Business Leadership (MSNBL) degree and how it can further your career and benefit your organization.
More about the degree:
Students in the MSNBL program gain the essential evidence-based, scientific and business knowledge and skills that add value to the companies they work for and advance their careers. The program is designed for bright, energetic, and ambitious professionals who seek to become leaders in the natural products industry.
SCNM developed the innovative and 100% online curriculum with input from global industry experts and thought leaders to equip graduates with current, realistic, and evidenced-based training. The program offers insights from both national and international perspectives, and with a focus on personal, environmental, and corporate sustainability.
Learn more about the Master of Science in Nutrition Business Leadership (MSNBL) degree program: https://www.scnm.edu/programs/ms-degrees-in-nutrition-online/business-leadership
About Dr. Gena Kadar:
Gena E. Kadar, DC, MS.MEdL, CNS is the Dean of SCNM’s School of Nutrition. Over the past 20 years, Dr. Kadar has distinguished herself as a clinician, author, educator, bridge-builder, and innovator of evidenced-based nutrition curricula. She has served as a professor and an academic leader and as a champion of integrative and evidence-based medicine. She has presented her scholarly work around the world, authored the book A Manner of Living: An Evidence Based, Realistic and Sustainable Approach to the Art of Eating Well, Living Well and Being Well for Life and has a second book forthcoming. She has also developed a nutricosmetic product line, published in peer-reviewed journals and textbooks, and led the development of clinical nutrition guidelines on obesity and cardiovascular health management. Dr. Kadar has served as a site team member for the Accreditation Council for Nutrition Professional Education, a four-term Faculty Senate President, and is a Member of the American Society for Nutrition and the American College of Nutrition. She also serves on several non-profit Boards and Councils. Dr. Kadar has been recognized with awards for her research, service, leadership, and teaching including a teaching award from the Susan Samueli Center for Integrative Medicine at UC Irvine School of Medicine. She is a graduate of University of New England, Southern California University of Health Sciences, and McGill University with additional studies completed at the University of Salamanca in Spain and the Sorbonne, University of Paris.
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