I have over 2 decades of experience in Nutrition, with super specialization in Pediatric Nutrition from Harvard Medical School (USA) and Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (USA). She is first Indian Dietitian to be trained in FODMAP Diet for IBS from Monash University – Australia. Additionally, She has trained in Neonate Nutrition from Monash Children’s Hospital Melbourne, Australia. Keen to complete my PhD in Management , I also hold an Applied Business Analytics credentials from ISB Hyderabad. Additionally, I am also a Green belt in Lean Six Sigma, strengthening my expertise in processes. With a flair for technology, I have trained in Nutrition Informatics from the Academy of Nutrition and Dietitians (USA) and contributes to largely in creating User based Algorithms and Machine learning logic building frame works bringing together subject expertise in Nutrition and creating consumer based user journey. My key area of interest lies in translating Nutrition to consumers at large from early years of life. She has established herself in various fields such as career in Education and teaching, Clinical Nutrition (with various Hospitals)and also worked as a Corporate Consultant for Employee wellness to ICICI Prudential, HPCL (Hindustan Petroleum), BPCL (Bharat Petroleum).
With multiple research publications in Pediatric Nutrition to her credentials. Having led large teams of Nutritionists and has been instrumental in developing the blue print for Ask Nestle – A one stop solution for children. Having led large teams of Nutritionists and has been instrumental in developing the blue print for Ask Nestle – A one stop solution for children from the agency’s side. At Nestle India, I is responsible for advancing Nutrition health and Wellness around innovation and strategies into specific projects, new growth platforms, and developing consumer facing Health and Nutrition propositions.
The key interest in management after this wide experience is to be able to bring out the need for this para medical field where entrepreneurship or working with the industry is a large percentage of the expertise, with limited to no training in management.