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Angie Hasemann, MPH, RDN, CSP
Angie Hasemann is a Registered Dietitian and Certified Specialist in Pediatrics who has spent the past five years teaching kids to cheer for fruits and vegetables and eat them too. She works with children of all ages, from toddlers to teenagers, at UVA’s Children’s Fitness Clinic and is well-known for translating the complicated science of nutrition into easy-to-use and understandable information. Her creative teaching techniques have earned her the affection of patients and the respect of her peers, including being named the Top Innovator in Future Practice at FNCE in October 2012. Her work in the community and in leadership organizations led her to being named the 2011 Recognized Young Dietitian of the Year in Virginia, and she served the state as affiliate President in 2013-2014.
Angie was recognized by her alma mater with the 2013 Kansas State University College of Human Ecology Young Professional Award, and she was honored with the Clinician of the Year Award by Morrison Healthcare in 2013 as well. She has provided training for community members; medical, nursing, exercise physiology, and dietetics students; and physicians throughout the Commonwealth of Virginia. Angie holds three Bachelors’ Degrees, in Nutrition, Exercise Science, and Dietetics, from Kansas State University, and she is currently completing her Masters of Science Degree in Health Communication from Boston University.
Angie took on a new adventure in 2014 in switching to half-time clinical work in the Children’s Fitness Clinic and a half-time position as Internship Coordinator with the University of Virginia Health System Dietetic Internship program. Dietetic Internship program.