JACKIE WARREN, RD, LD

Jackie Warren

Director of Analytics

Jackie joined Corporate Health Partners in February of 2007. She has assumed various roles within the organization, such as Health Coach, Registered Dietitian, Director of Operations, and Sales & Marketing Consultant, allowing her to develop deep acumen in corporate wellness, relationship management, and culture building. Jackie now serves as a Wellness Consultant, supporting clients and prospects on their quest to reduce healthcare costs; improve employee health; and enhance business performance, culture, and retention.

Jackie has a BS in Nutrition and Dietetics (Magna Cum Laude) from Georgia State University; a BA in English Literature from Belmont University; an Informatics Certificate from Oregon Health & Science University; CPR certification; and several certifications from WELCOA, the national leader in workplace and corporate wellness programs.

In her commitment to continuing education and leveraging the expertise and wisdom of others in her field, Jackie is a member of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, Georgia Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, Nutrition Entrepreneurs, WELCOA, and Atlanta Wellness Professionals.

Ten years ago, Jackie decided to fuel her passion for nutrition and healthy living by becoming a Dietitian, committing to making the world a better place through helping people lead healthier lives. She believed that corporate wellness allowed her the opportunity to influence more lives in a positive way. One of Jackie’s most memorable success stories was a client with slightly high biometric numbers, who was slightly overweight. She shared “my family did not notice when we switched to lower fat milk. They did not complain about the whole wheat bread. My friends are grateful that I started a walking group.” This client lost weight, lowered her numbers, and improved her own health and those around her.

One of Jackie’s favorite mantras is: “Life is short, live it. Love is rare, grab it. Anger is bad, dump it. Fear is awful, face it. Memories are sweet, cherish them.”