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Sophie Jamieson is a qualified Accredited Practising Dietitian and Nutritionist specialising in food systems, nutrition and sustainability. Sophie is passionate about creating a healthy, fair and sustainable food system where people enjoy good food that makes people feel good, learn well, grow strong and succeed in sport.
Drawing on her vast experience in food, nutrition and sustainability, Sophie cuts through the noise to revel the key information and strategies her audience needs to make informed decision about what they grow and eat.
I am an experienced educator of food systems, nutrition and sustainability, with experience teaching in the Primary, Secondary and Tertiary Education sectors.
I have lead health promotion and food education projects for the Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority and Department of Education and Training.
I am currently a Lecturer for the Bachelor of Food Studies at William Angliss Institute where I teach about food systems, nutrition and food movements.
Food, Nutrition, Nutrition for Learning, Nutrition for Sport, Nutrition for Wellbeing, Sustainability, Waste, Food Waste, Food Systems, and Urban Farming.
I love my job. As a lecture I work with people who are eager to learn. It’s a joy to prepare students for careers where they can make a real difference in in food policy, education, advocacy or community food organisations. One of the best aspects of my job is when students feel equipped and empowered to help shape and promote sustainable and ethical food systems.
I’m passionate about sustainable food systems and the positive impact food can have on young people’s growth, learning, mental health and physical activity.
I love empowering young people to make informed choices about what they put in their body by translating the latest scientific evidence.
Some of my talks describe what nutrients the body needs to perform at its best, and I provide my top tips and meal ideas, while my other talks describe the role of the individual in the wider food system.
I have a Bachelor of Food and Nutrition (B.AppSC) and a Master of Dietetics (M.Diet).