- Dietitian in education and research, currently employed as an ISPP Coordinator and College Lecturer.
- Professional contributor and writer for outlets including Build Up Dietitians and Introwellness.com, working to educate audiences and promote the dietetics profession.
- Loves connecting with audiences on a personal level, breaking down difficult questions surrounding health, food systems, and policy, and discussing practical answers and solutions for individual health improvement.
Dustin Moore began working as an outpatient counselor and academic lecturer, and quickly developed a love for empowering individuals through education. In 2017 he became a professional contributor for IntroWellness.com, producing brief informational videos which break down nutrition-related topics for people with minimal scientific knowledge. He stays actively engaged in dietetics student affairs, volunteering assistance and mentorship wherever possible.
He is currently completing a doctorate in public health, researching health habits, behavior modification, and food-related public policy in the United States. Dustin has a unique interest in addressing the social and cultural aspects of food, and how these affect our dietary and health habits in the modern era.
He completed his degree in dietetics from Brigham Young University, going on to complete a masters in nutritional science at CSU-Long Beach. He and his wife reside in Southern California and are active members of their community.