Camille Range, MPH, RDN
Registered Dietitian Nutritionist
Camille Range is a registered dietitian nutritionist who
empowers families, communities, and the next
generation of healthcare providers to lead healthy lives
through nutrition, health, and wellness. She received a
B.S. in Food Science and Human Nutrition from the
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and
Masters in Public Health from the University of Texas
Health Sciences Center in Houston, TX. Previously,
Camille served as a program manager for several
obesity and public health research initiatives promoting
positive health behavior changes in Hispanic and
African American mothers, daughters and families. She
expanded her work tackling the nations challenges
surrounding childhood obesity working alongside the
former First Lady Michelle Obamas Lets Move!
initiative during its five-year anniversary.
Camille continues to inspire the next generation of
changemakers to improve the health and systematic challenges faced by underserved families
across the country. Camille works to increase diversity and inclusive leadership in the dietetics
and public health professions through with her original curriculum and pedagogy at major
universities including the University of Houston and The George Washington University.
In addition, she is currently pursuing her doctorate in Urban Leadership & Entrepreneurship at
the University of the District of Columbia. The focus of her personal and professional work to
create and implement inclusive, diverse, equitable and accessible system-level solutions and policies for urban food systems and communities.
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Monday, October 10
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