Brianne Brathwaite MS, RDN, is an accomplished Registered Dietitian Nutritionist with several years of experience working in various public health organizational settings. She administered a workshop-based program on the eﬀects of education on the nutritional beneﬁts of fruits and vegetables on low-income, minority women and publishing her research on the program. She has dedicated herself to generating evidence-based nutrition to foster improved health in low-income communities, stemming from her Master’s Degree in Human Nutrition, which included a concentration in Genetics and Genomics.
She is knowledgeable about the social justice eﬀects of nutrition and how it intersects with public health. She has served as a public health nutrition educator with Feeding Westchester, the local aﬃliate of Feeding America. Brianne also created and delivered a STEM-based nutrition program for at-risk youth, showcasing the joy of cooking while reinforcing learning about the sciences.