NCAND Board Ballot 2018

President Elect


Katrina Levine, MPH, RD, LDN
Katrina Levine is a Registered Dietitian and Extension Associate in food safety and nutrition at NC State University. Katrina graduated with an MPH in Nutrition from UNC Chapel Hill in 2012 and received a BS Biological Sciences from NC State University in 2009. She currently holds a position on the Program Planning Committee for the North Carolina Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, but formerly held the position of President for the Raleigh Dietetic Association and has been a member of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics since 2010.
Katrina plays an active role in training and providing guidance for Family and Consumer Sciences Cooperative Extension Agents in North Carolina. She also writes and edits food safety and nutrition materials for professional and lay audiences, including research journal articles and educational curricula.
Katrina’s research focuses on consumer behaviors related to food safety. One of her recently published studies, “Evaluating food safety risk messages in popular cookbooks” (published for the British Food Journal on March 17, 2017), has garnered media interest in both the U.S. and the U.K.
Katrina has a passion for teaching others about nutrition and wellness through the exploration of safe, healthy foods and cooking and is an advocate for health promotion and disease prevention. In her free time, she enjoys experimenting in the kitchen, improving her fitness through running and yoga, exploring new places and cultures, and spending quality time with her family and friends.



Jennifer Goodman, RD

My name is Jennifer Goodman.  I am the Pediatric Cystic Fibrosis dietitian at Levine Children’s Hospital.  I’ve been in my current position for approximately 1.5 years.  I received my degree in Food Science from Clemson University in 2014 and completed my dietetic internship from the Augusta Area Dietetic Internship in June 2015.  Previous to my current position, I worked in the inpatient setting at Caromont Regional Medical Center.  Over the past year I have worked diligently on a QI project improving weight for length in 0-2 year olds in the CF population.  I also have successfully passed the CNSC exam. In my spare time I run a food and lifestyle blog, Food & Lifestyle NeRD.  I love to do as many barre classes as possible and run half marathon in fun destinations!