Hope Warshaw
-North Carolina-
United States

Hope Warshaw is a nationally recognized dietitian/nutritionist and diabetes educator. She applies nearly forty years of experience in her work as a book author and freelance writer, media spokesperson, consultant, and diabetes educator within her business Hope Warshaw Associates, LLC. Hope is well known for her expertise in diabetes management and healthy eating with particular expertise in healthy restaurant eating. She offers practical solutions for wellness to individuals she counsels or to millions through various communication and social networking venues.

As a freelance writer, Hope has written several award-winning, best-selling consumer books and resources published by the American Diabetes Association (ADA) including: Diabetes Meal Planning Made Easy, Eat Out Eat Well – The Guide to Eating Healthy in Any Restaurant, and others. Hope is a contributing editor, freelance writer and editorial advisory board member for Diabetic Living, Meredith Corporation’s consumer diabetes magazine and website. Hope wrote the Nutrition Q&A column for The Washington Post for several years and was instrumental in creating an avenue for more RD/RDNs to write for The Post.

Hope has authored professional articles in Diabetes Care, Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, The Diabetes Educator, AADE In Practice and Nutrition Today. She’s the co-author several books for healthcare professionals published by American Diabetes Association including: Practical Carbohydrate Counting: A How-to-Teach Guide for Health Professionals and Diabetes Nutrition Therapy. Hope is a sought after speaker who regularly presents at association annual meetings and nutrition and diabetes symposiums.

Hope demonstrates her leadership abilities in volunteer positions for Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics dietetic practice groups and American Association of Diabetes Educators. She served on AADE’s Board of Directors, 2011-2013, served as president during 2016 and is serving as Immediate past president during 2017.