Nutritionist (WIC Program)

Maude E. Deaton
1592 Essex Court
White River Junction, VT 05001
(802) 281-4686


To obtain a Community or Clinical Nutritionist position to provide quality services and counseling to individuals and groups on nutritional practices aimed to prevent disease and promote good health.


Possess extensive experience in all areas of the WIC (Women, Infant, Children) organization, able to implement, organize, and revive failing WIC sites. Increased recertification rates from 43.15% to 66.66%, breast feeding rate increased by 46.1% and the issuance of non-contract formula decreased from 36% to 5.86%.

Work Experience

WIC Administration, White River Junction, VT

1995 – Present
Program Director
• Direct and supervise seven (7) WIC clinics and their operations.
• Create and implement programs that maximize service for participants.
• Train staff to provide quality services.
• Manage the storage and distribution of supplies.

WIC Administration, White River Junction, VT

1993 – 1995
• Trained and supervised nutritional staff.
• Supervised staff coverage at all satellite locations.
• Provided training for in-kind dietitians.
• Managed Outreach Project.

WIC Administration, White River Junction, VT

1989 – 1993
Clinical Public Health Nutritionist
• Assessed nutritional needs of pregnant women, infants, and children.
• Established and implemented nutritional care plans.
• Recommended a variety of food packages.
• Provided appropriate nutrition education to participants.


College of  St. Francis, White River Junction, Vermont

Approved Professional Practice Program (AP4)

University of Vermont, Williamsburg, VT

M.S., Nutrition

Fredrick University, Jackson City, VT

B.S., Human Nutrition and Foods


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