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Spotlight on:

Chelsea Robb

Clinical Dietitian with Nova Scotia Health, Clinical Care

Chelsea graduated from Mount Saint Vincent University in 2011. She is currently working as a Clinical Dietitian for Nova Scotia Health in a hybrid inpatient/nutrition education clinic role serving mental health clients. Her previous professional roles in Long Term Care and the California prison system led to her desire to serve mental health clients. She made the move home to Nova Scotia last August, after gallivanting through various Dietitian roles in Hawaii and California since 2019. 

 

When not serving clients, she enjoys camping, nature walks, and waterfall finding. As part of her love of the outdoors, she is planning an outdoor adventure in the White Mountains of New Hampshire for later this summer. She has been enjoying her new niece and playing crib and rummy-o with her grandparents.

 

What has been the proudest moment in your career? 

 

Being promoted to the role of Food Administrator I for the California Correctional Health Care Service and training a new grad Dietitian to work in Corrections clinically and subsequently be promoted. He has since joined the US Navy as a Lieutenant Junior Grade Dietitian! Happy to have been his mentor and act as a professional reference.

What is your favourite Nova Scotia food?

Mussels

Where is your favorite place to eat in Nova Scotia? 

From the BBQ on my patio

What one food is always in your fridge/pantry/freezer? 

Frozen strawberries for smoothies

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