Christina M. Rollins is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist and Board Certified Nutrition Support Clinician licensed to practice in Illinois. She earned her Bachelor of Science degree from Eastern Illinois University followed by a Master of Science degree from Illinois State University and Master of Business Administration degree from University of Illinois. In addition to nutrition support, Christina is also a certified black belt in Lean Six Sigma methodology and Food Service Sanitation Manager. Professional accomplishments include numerous peer reviewed publications, national speaking engagements related to advanced dietetics practice, grants and awards, including the 2021 Excellence in Dietetics Communication award by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics and the 2021 Distinguished Service Award by Dietetics in Nutrition Support Dietetic Practice Group.
Rollins currently serves as manager of quality programs for Option Care Health as well as operates a private nutrition consulting business focused on nutrition counseling and education, food service sanitation monitoring, menu writing, and consumer quality assurance. She is a past chair of Dietitians in Nutrition Support, a dietetic practice group of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, current commissioner for Commission on Dietetic Registration, and recurring host of the DNS DPG Podcast. Christina resides in central Illinois with her husband, Nick, and two children and is a proud member of the Academy, ASPEN and NHIA.