Terese Scollard is the owner of MySurgeryPlate LLC and a retired regional clinical nutrition manager with a large health system in the Pacific Northwest.
Terese’s focus is adult disease-related malnutrition, surgical nutrition optimization and recovery, malnutrition informatics and documentation, nutrition-focused physical examination, and education for handgrip strength examination for malnutrition, sarcopenia, and frailty. She served on the Malnutrition Work Group that created the 2012 Academy/ASPEN Consensus Characteristics of Adult Malnutrition. Terese is a member of the American Society of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition (ASPEN) Malnutrition Committee. She is a past Commissioner with the Commission on Dietetic Registration and is a recipient of a 2020 Excellence in Practice Award: Management, and a 2021 Medallion Award by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.
Her undergraduate education was taken at Eastern Washington University, in Washington State; her Internship in Dietetics at St. Mary’s Hospital and Mayo Clinic in Rochester MN, and her Master of Business Administration at the City University of Seattle.