Kim Plessel, MS, RD, LD
Kimberly has had a variety of experience, working cross-culturally and intergenerationally in both community and clinical settings. She designed and implemented a year-long nutrition intervention for Native American youth, increasing their self-efficacy for making healthier nutrition choices. While at the Minneapolis American Indian Center, she coordinated a four-year initiative funded by The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation to build community supports for diabetes care. As coordinator of the Community Health Division of the Native American Community Clinic, she directed clinical improvements for nutrition education, case management and access to health care. Kimberly has published numerous manuscripts in scientific research journals and written nutrition articles for MN Health Care News.
Masters Degree in Nutrition - University of Minnesota
Bachelor of Science in Hospitality and Tourism Management - University of Wisconsin
Registered and Licensed through the Minnesota State Board of Dietetics
Certificate of Training in Adult Weight Management
Master Trainer for Stanford University’s Chronic Disease Self-Management Program