|Jennifer Ketterly MS, RD, CSSD, LD|
Director of Sports Nutrition
Jen is the Director of Sports Nutrition at the University of Georgia and oversees the nutrition support for UGA's football, men's basketball, volleyball, and women's golf teams. Prior to establishing the program at Georgia, she directed nutrition programs at the University of Connecticut and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Jen is originally from St. Albans, WV and went on to receive her undergraduate degree in nutritional sciences and exercise science from Cornell University and her master's in clinical nutrition with a sports nutrition emphasis from the University of Kentucky. A multisport athlete growing up, Jen also played basketball while at Cornell and has coached women's basketball at the high school and AAU levels. Her primary interest areas are iron and vitamin D status of athletes, nutrition for injury and rehabilitation, and developing clinical sports nutrition tools to aid in the screening, identification, and treatment of nutrition related problems in high level athletes.
||Maria Breen MS, RD, CSSD, LD|
Maria coordinates sports nutrition for the Women's Basketball, Cross Country, Gymnastics, Swimming and Diving, and Baseball programs and supervises efforts for the Equestrian, Men's Golf, and Men's Tennis teams. Originally from Savannah, GA and a competitive swimmer growing up, she is a loyal Bulldog. Maria obtained both her bachelor's and master's degrees from UGA. She earned undergraduate degrees in both dietetics and consumer foods in 2007, and then received her master's in food & nutrition in 2009. Her primary area of interest is bone and skeletal health.
|Justin Klein, MA, RD, CSSD, LD|
Sports Nutrition Assistant
Justin studied at the University of Oklahoma where he graduated with his bachelor's in Health and Exercise Science, and an MA in Dietetics. Before coming to UGA, Justin worked as a clinical dietitian for four years in Longview, TX while also doing volunteer work at Athlete's Performance. With the Bulldogs, he is the staff Sports RD for Men's Tennis and Men's Golf, and assists in the sports nutrition management of the Football program.
Mote Family Sports Nutrition Fellow
Erin coordinates sports nutrition for the women's soccer team, men's and women's tennis, and track and field. Erin is originally form Wisconsin and received her undergraduate degree in Dietetics from the University of Wisconsin – Stout in 2009, where she also competed as a track and field athlete. After becoming a RD, she worked in an outpatient clinic setting before returning to school. Erin comes to UGA from completing her masters degree in sports nutrition from the University of Colorado – Colorado Springs.
Sports Nutrition Assistant
Lindsey is the 2014-2015 Sports Nutrition Assistant for the University of Georgia, overseeing the nutritional needs of Softball, Men's Golf, Women's Golf, Equestrian, and Track and Field. Prior to UGA, she worked as a clinical dietitian at an acute care hospital, specializing in oncology as well as employee wellness. Lindsey received her Master of Science in Sports Nutrition at Florida State University and Bachelor of Science in Nutrition and Dietetics at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. Lindsey competed Track and Field for UMass and so began her love for healthy nutrition and performance enhancement.
|Katie Huffman, RD, LD|
Regenerate 1st Sports Nutrition Graduate Assistant
Katie is completing her master's degree in Foods and Nutrition while providing sports nutrition to Track & Field and UGA's Cheer & Dance teams. A graduate of Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Katie worked as a clinical dietitian and hospital nutrition director prior to arriving at UGA. Her own athletic background includes dance, soccer, and rugby.
Mote Family Sports Nutrition Fellowship
The Sports Nutrition Department of the University of Georgia Athletic Association houses the first sports nutrition fellowship position in the country. With support of the Mote family, the Mote Fellowship program offers a broad based sports nutrition practice opportunity involving clinical, didactic, research and scholarly experiences. The Mote Fellow serves the highly competitive Olympic Sport student-athlete population and provides sports nutrition services to Georgia athletic teams.
Qualified candidates should submit a letter of interest, resume, and application to firstname.lastname@example.org. The University of Georgia is an Affirmative Action Equal Opportunity Employer.
SNAPP is a student organization on campus for undergraduates pursuing a degree in Dietetics and are interested in a sports nutrition related career. Student members of SNAPP build experience working with our collegiate athletics program through internship and practicum opportunities with the sports nutrition staff, networking with campus registered dietitians, and helping the community through volunteering. SNAPP is advised by Jen Ketterly and Maria Breen.
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