Media Clips &
Karen has served as a nutrition expert in more than 250 interviews as part of regional television news programs. She has delivered more than 500 weekly science-based nutrition tips via radio and has offered nutritious meal solutions to millions of people through her weekly in-store radio messages. Karen is frequently called upon as a retail dietitian expert in print interviews and has created more than 100 custom recipe instructional videos, serving as on-camera talent, creative director and executive producer. Karen also produced volumes 1 - 69 of a 16-page lifestyle magazine offering articles, nutrition info, meal ideas, custom recipes, custom videos & custom food photography. Below is a small sampling of her nutrition communications.
Karen quoted in the article:
Meet the Supermarket Dietitian
in national monthly news magazine:
US News & World Reports.
Circulation ~1.2 million
Karen interviewing with Candice Kelly,
Lead News Anchor at NBC affiliate WBRE.
In this television segment, Karen helps viewers
learn how to Defend Against Diabetes.
produced more than 100
recipe instructional videos and still recipe images.
She has assembled an outstanding
production team: the studio
crew, food stylist, prop stylist &
photographer work together seamlessly.
Karen can develop and test recipes, write & edit
storyboards, and serve as
creative director for your next project.
Karen started the award-winning Healthy Bites program in 2003 and published
Volumes 1 through 69 of Healthy Bites Magazine, serving as its editor-in-chief through 2014. Volume Circulation: 105,000 plus web, blog & social media.
Karen is called upon for comment as a nutrition expert by both local and national print publications including Consumer Reports, US News and World Reports, Food & Nutrition Magazine, Progressive Grocer and more.
In partnership with Southern Tier community stakeholders, Karen launched an annual,
6 - week Healthy Heart media campaign featuring a series of news interviews, sponsored, televised heart health tips & quizzes and local heart health-focused events.