Sarah Romotsky is a Registered Dietitian and is the Director of Health & Wellness at the International Food Information Council (IFIC) Foundation in Washington DC. In her role at the IFIC Foundation, Sarah is committed to promoting simple, meaningful, science-based communications about food and nutrition to empower consumers to make informed choices.
A native of California, Sarah received a BA in Mass Communications from University of California, Berkeley and later completed the Dietetic Program at San Francisco State University. Before obtaining her R.D. credentials, Sarah managed several national advertising campaigns at top advertising agencies and worked in marketing for a company devoted to creating new functional food products. Sarah completed her Dietetic Internship with Sodexo at George Washington University Hospital in Washington, DC. Her work as a Dietitian includes clinical nutrition and nutritional counseling, as well as supermarket and corporate wellness.
Sarah is on the Board of Directors of the District of Columbia Metro Area Dietetic Association and has held leadership positions in many other organizations. Passionate about both nutrition and fitness, she is a certified group ex instructor and has been teaching spinning classes for over eight years.
Why Cleansing Is Not The Answer (May 2, 2015)
The Myths of Late Night Snacking (May 30, 2015)