New Dietitian Joins County Health Departments

Jenni KlufaWelcome Jennifer Klufa, new dietitian for Rogers, Washington, and Osage County Health Departments. Jennifer is now providing services for WIC and non-WIC individuals needing nutrition counseling. Her background in nutrition is vast and diverse. She has her B.S. in Nutritional Sciences from Oklahoma State University, M.S. in both Health and Human Performance and Nutritional Sciences from OSU and completed her Dietetic Internship in 2012. Before joining the health department, Jennifer worked as a Nutrition Services Director where she developed and implemented various nutrition programs as well as provided individual nutrition coaching. She is an active member of the 2014 Oklahoma Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (OkAND) Spring Convention Committee and serves as the current 2014-15 Public Relations Chair-Elect.

Ms. Klufa grew up in Oklahoma on a farm in Tonkawa. She enjoys going to the lake with her family and friends, spending time with her huskie (Kodi), and being Aunt Jenni. In addition, she likes to play the piano and is currently learning Spanish.

Jennifer firmly believes all foods can be present in a diet in moderation. She will gladly assist those wanting to pursue better health through positive nutrition changes. Ms. Klufa is a positive role model, living a healthy life of good nutrition and regular physical activity. The health department is pleased to have her assist Rogers, Washington, and Osage Counties in becoming healthier places to live, work, and play.

Priority appointments will be for WIC, but non-WIC appointments will be accepted as openings are available. For any nutritional assistance appointments, please contact the health department in the county which you prefer, numbers listed below:

Osage County Health Department, 918-287-3740

Rogers County Health Department, 918-341-3166

Washington County Health Department, 918-335-3005

 

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