Meet the 2018 Agents of Change
It’s no secret that the world of food is changing. Today, more than ever, what we eat plays a role in ensuring a healthier, more sustainable future for people and the planet. This is a future in which nutrition professionals, environmental experts, farmers, chefs, public health authorities, food retailers and food companies must work together to drive transformational change.
Unilever launched the Agents of Change program in 2015, celebrating the innovators who are improving health and wellbeing through food and healthy eating. This year, we’re proud to partner with a diverse, inspiring group of dietitians who—like Unilever—are guided by a vision of food that tastes good, does good and doesn’t cost the earth.
Through Unilever’s Agents of Change work, as well as other partnerships, our product innovations, our approaches to sourcing responsibly, and our consumer outreach, we’re working to secure a healthier, more sustainable future for all. We know there’s work to be done. We believe dietitians are uniquely suited to be powerful Agents of Change, because they touch people’s lives in so many ways. A single recipe, a practical tip, even a beautiful Instagram photo, can spark something small that over time can add up to a big change.
Meet the 2018 Agents of Change:
Amy Gorin, MS, RDN Amy Gorin Nutrition
Amy is a consultant and media personality who shares her nutrition expertise with millions of readers in publications like FoodNetwork.com, FoxNews.com, Shape and Weight Watchers Magazine.
Annessa Chumbley, RDN Annessa RD
Annessa is an on-air nutrition and lifestyle expert who motivates and encourages her viewers to create lasting memories by cooking together as a family.
Carlene Thomas, RDN, LDN Healthfully Ever After
Carlene is food blogger who creates gorgeous recipes made with traditionally indulgent ingredients in wholesome, nutritious ways for people who care about health.
Christy Wilson, RDN Christy Wilson Nutrition
Christy is a food blogger and educator with a passion for teaching people of all ages how to better care for themselves by cooking and eating whole, nourishing, healthy foods.
Emily Kyle, MS, RDN Emily Kyle Nutrition
Emily is a food blogger and on-air nutrition expert who helps women create a happy & healthy lifestyle through a compassionate, holistic healthcare approach.
Kylie Held Mitchell, MPH, RDN, LD immaeatthat
Kylie is a food and lifestyle blogger with a mission to end disordered eating and help her clients make peace with their natural body size.
Manuel Villacorta, MS, RDN Whole Body Reboot
Manuel is a best-selling author, founder of Whole Body Reboot, health blog contributor for The Huffington Post and RDN contributor for Univision. Internationally recognized, Manuel recently contributed to a National Geographic series on Superfoods.
Mia Syn, MS, RDN Nutrition by Mia
Mia is an on-air nutrition and lifestyle expert in Charleston, South Carolina and known for her #GoodFoodFriday segments and healthy lifestyle tips.
Sammi Haber, MS, RDN, CDN Nutrition Works NY
Sammi is the owner of Nutrition Works NY, a private practice where she believes eating healthy should be easily sustainable and enjoyable for her clients.
Sharon Palmer, RDN Sharon Palmer
Sharon is an accomplished freelance writer, author and speaker with an expertise in plant-based lifestyle.
Learn how Unilever and our Agents of Change, past and present, are creating a healthier, more sustainable future. Download Unilever’s 2017 Agents of Change magazine.
We are always looking to evolve our program and partner with inspiring Registered Dietitians. We’d love to see how you are helping your community, patients, clients or consumers make food that Taste Good, Does Good and Doesn’t Cost the Earth. Join the conversation with #UnileverAgentsOfChange. If you have any specific questions about the program, please reach out to Gina Ruskie (email@example.com) to learn more!