Nicole Schultz Ninteau, PhD, MPH, CPT, embodies a rare combination of basic science and applied skills. Studying Human Biochemistry and Metabolism for over 12 years, Nicole simultaneously coached clients in fitness settings and taught students in academic settings. She has leveraged her deep scientific knowledge and communication skills to elevate students’ learning while leading clients to weight loss and improved eating habits.
Teaching Current Controversies in Nutrition course
Teaching Fundamentals of Nutrition Science graduate course
Oversee employee wellness program, advise corporate strategy for integrating physical well-being into core values and client services, and develop nutrition and health-related content
Spearheaded company growth from 1 gym location to over 10, leading trainers and managers across facilities. Developed, managed and refined processes, best practices and strategic growth initiatives.
Led and participated in data collection and analysis across multiple research projects within the childhood obesity prevention space, while assisting with graduate level courses
Developed and led extensive research protocols around human metabolism and movement for the Department of Defense