A portrait of Alexis Newman

“Grace Over Guilt”


Alexis Newman

I am pas­sion­ate about help­ing peo­ple feel con­fi­dent and thrive while exe­cut­ing their goals. I believe that hav­ing a high emo­tion­al intel­li­gence while work­ing as a team helps bet­ter improve outcomes. 

This pas­sion ini­tial­ly was lived out in a career as a Reg­is­tered Dietit­ian for the past 13 years. I thrived at meet­ing my clients where they were in the process, empathiz­ing with my team­mates bar­ri­ers to suc­cess, col­lab­o­rat­ing with my col­leagues and lead­ing change. All while hav­ing fun and bring­ing joy into the process.

Through this work I real­ized that I loved help­ing my team accom­plish max­i­mal ben­e­fits by imple­ment­ing sys­tems. I came to real­ize that I want­ed to piv­ot my career into Project Man­age­ment so that I have have a big­ger impact. I believe that my skill set that I’ve cul­ti­vat­ed through my 13 years as a dietit­ian will trans­fer beau­ti­ful­ly. I am a strong team play­er, orga­nized, with excel­lent inter­per­son­al, com­mu­ni­ca­tion, influ­enc­ing skills and able present with excellence.

I want to work with cre­ative and dig­i­tal com­pa­nies that make inno­va­tions that help push humankind for­ward to make the world bet­ter than the way we left it. 

I’m excit­ed for my next role as a Project Manager.


  • Excel­lent inter­per­son­al skills
  • Team play­er
  • Excel­lent com­mu­ni­ca­tion skills both writ­ten and verbal 
  • Influ­enc­ing skills
  • Strong orga­ni­za­tion­al skills
  • Proven prob­lem solv­ing skills
  • Abil­i­ty to bal­ance com­pet­ing priorities
  • Able to ass­es progress
  • Assertive


Bariatric Nutri­tion Care Coordinator

3 Years

  • Coor­di­nat­ed care between mul­ti­ple dis­ci­pli­nary teams
  • Man­age patient progress through the bariatric process uti­liz­ing EPIC
  • Devel­op doc­u­men­ta­tion stan­dards for patient charting
  • Co-Led and devel­oped the process of adding a class struc­ture to the nutri­tion­al 1:1 coun­sel­ing sched­ule, which expand­ed the patient case load from 12 per day to 25 per day
  • Pro­vide mul­ti­dis­ci­pli­nary eval­u­a­tion and edu­ca­tion of pre­op­er­a­tive bariatric patients
  • Col­lab­o­rate with mul­ti­dis­ci­pli­nary team to devel­op, imple­ment and eval­u­ate med­ical weight loss guide­lines for Tem­ple Health Sys­tem’s com­pre­hen­sive weight man­age­ment program

CEO and Dia­betes Advocate;Newmans Nutri­tion Coun­sel­ing Services

7 years

  • Pro­vid­ed reg­u­lar patient sta­tus update to insur­ance com­pa­nies for reimbursement
  • Estab­lished cre­den­tial­ing with four insur­ance companies
  • Coor­di­nat­ed care of patients with oth­er providers
  • Col­lab­o­rat­ed with com­pa­nies for var­i­ous promotions
  • Devel­oped edu­ca­tion for dia­betes advocacy
  • Speak­ing engage­ments for health com­pa­nies and pan­els about health, well­ness and dia­betes advocacy/​education
  • Man­age mettings
  • Devel­oped cur­ricu­lum and lead gro­cery store tours

Direc­tor of Nutri­tion For Key­stone Dia­bet­ic Kids Camp

12 years

  • Facil­i­tate nutri­tion­al pro­gram and food donations 
  • Coor­di­nate with kitchen staff and par­ents about camper food allergies
  • Coor­di­nate intern sched­ules with Assis­tant Direc­tor of Nutri­tion and Camp Director 
  • Review camper appli­ca­tions for food aller­gies pri­or to camp sessions
  • Cre­at­ed and man­aged the recruit­ment process of the dietet­ic interns
  • Man­age and super­vise dietet­ic interns
  • Over­see and coor­di­nate menu changes as nec­es­sary dur­ing camp session
  • Cre­ate menus with the prop­er nutri­tion­al stan­dards and obtain accu­rate car­bo­hy­drate val­ues for each meal and snack times
  • Orga­nize and over­see snack distribution


Apprenticing in PHILADELPHIA, PA, US