Jacqueline Steinert, BA (Hons), CNP
Jacqueline is a Certified Nutritional Practitioner from The Institute of Holistic Nutrition with First Class Distinction. Prior to her nutritional studies, she graduated with Honors from Harvard University majoring in Economics with a citation in French, where she privately tutored in economics and mentored youth in an outdoor wilderness program. She also earned her Basic Diploma from Le Cordon Bleu in Paris, a catalyst for her love for food.
Jacqueline has an extensive background in quantitative research, having worked at Investment Bank Goldman Sachs, & Co. in New York City in Investment Grade Credit Research. She has a diverse global background; her husband and her decided to relocate to Asia where they experienced a myriad of cultures and cuisines and eventually gave birth to their son. They then returned to her birthplace of Toronto.
Jacqueline runs a thriving private practice, JS Holistic Nutrition that specializes in family eating. She is the Chair of Wellbeing at the Upper Canada College (UCC) Prep School and sits on the Nutrition Committee at UCC. Jacqueline teaches Advanced Nutrition Research at the Institute of Holistic Nutrition’s North York and Mississauga Campuses.
NR 006 Advanced Nutrition Research
Emphasis in this course will be given to statistical research techniques used by academics and practitioners in the field of nutrition. The course involves examining ethical considerations, appropriateness, reliability and validity of research designs. Students will be encouraged to critically analyze research literature in this field.