Helm to Lead Food and Nutrition at Weber Shandwick
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Helm to Lead Food and Nutrition at Weber Shandwick

Weber Shandwick has promoted Janet Helm to chief food and nutrition strategist for North America. In this new position Helm, a 15-year Weber Shandwick Chicago veteran, will be focused on increasing the firm’s visibility within the food and nutrition community.

Paul Holmes

CHICAGO—Weber Shandwick has promoted Janet Helm to chief food and nutrition strategist for North America.  In this new position Helm, a 15-year Weber Shandwick Chicago veteran, will be focused on increasing the firm’s visibility within the food and nutrition community and helping client teams keep their fingers on the pulse of the highly-dynamic health and nutrition landscape.

 

Helm is a registered dietitian and former national media spokesperson for the American Dietetic Association, a contributor to the Chicago Tribune and writes a well-read blog, Nutrition Unplugged, which was recently named among the top 100 most influential nutrition blogs. 

 

The Weber Shandwick food and nutrition team includes veteran Washington Post nutrition reporter Sally Squires; food issues expert Susan Ruland; and an integrated team that includes four registered dietitians, two Ph.D. nutrition scientists and two trained chefs.   

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