Jaylin Kellogg is a Registered Dietitian and Certified Nutrition Support Clinician. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in nutritional sciences at the Pennsylvania State University and completed a coordinated Master’s degree and Dietetic Internship at Case Western Reserve University and the Louis Stokes Cleveland VA Medical Center. She was the recipient of the Eva L. Pancoast Memorial Fellowship from Case Western Reserve University which funded a six-month fellowship in the Dominican Republic where she developed workshops on Nutrition Focused Physical Exams to increase provider knowledge of malnutrition. This role earned her a seat on the board of the Global Member Interest Group which she held until transitioning into her current role. She currently works as a Nutrition Support Dietitian at Fox Chase Cancer Center where she has developed a passion for ensuring ethical feeding practices for cancer patients requiring nutrition support. She developed and now co-chairs the multidisciplinary Ethical Feeding Task Force at Fox Chase Cancer Center with the sole purpose of discussing ways to improve quality of life for cancer patients requiring nutrition support who may be nearing the end of life. In addition to her role as a nutrition support clinician, Jaylin also enjoys teaching. She serves as the Lead Preceptor for Fox Chase Cancer Center and Temple University Hospital – Jeanes Campus where she oversees all Dietetic Interns on campus. Jaylin has lectured numerous times on nutrition support and the role of the dietitian and sits on several clinical committees at Fox Chase Cancer Center.