• Jamie Stang, PhD, MPH, RDN

    Jamie Stang, PhD, MPH, RDN

    Associate Professor School of Public Health 
    Phone: 612-626-0351
    Work Phone: 612-626-7935
    Work Email: stang002@umn.edu

    Jamie Stang, PhD, MPH, RDN is the Project Director for the LET Program.  She also directs the Center for Leadership Education in MCH at the University of Minnesota, which is an inter-professional  Center of Excellence in MCH Education, Science and Practice.

    Dr. Stang serves on the graduate faculties in Public Health Nutrition, Maternal and Child Health and Nutrition Science. She teaches the core MCH nutrition courses:  Foundations of Leadership in Public Health Nutrition and Maternal, Infant, Child and Adolescent Nutrition.

    Dr Stang was a MCH Nutrition trainee at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill and the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities during her graduate training.  She is thrilled to have the opportunity to provide mentorship and leadership training to the next generation of MCH nutrition leaders.

  • Aida Miles, MMSc, RDN, LD, LMNT, FAND

    Aida Miles, MMSc, RDN, LD, LMNT, FAND

    LD Director, Coordinated MPH Program School of Public Health
    Phone: 612-625-5865
    Email: miles081@umn.edu

    Aida Miles is the director of the Coordinated Master’s program in Public Health Nutrition at the University of Minnesota’s School of Public Health. She is also a Pediatric Nutrition Consultant for two clinics that specialize in working with infants and children with feeding disorders, developmental disabilities and Autism Spectrum Disorder.  Previously, she was a clinical dietitian at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta and at medical centers in Georgia and Guatemala.

    Aida has held various leadership positions locally and nationally.  Most recently (2015-2017), Aida was a member of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics’ Board of Directors, and was the Speaker of the House of Delegates.  Aida’s current professional involvement includes being an executive committee member of the State of Minnesota’s Maternal and Child Health Task Force, vice-chair of the Academy’s Diversity Committee, a member of the University of Minnesota’s Disabilities Committee, and president of the Minnesota Consultant Dietitians Practice Group.

    Aida is a graduate of Whittier College and earned a Master’s degree in Medical Science from Emory University. She is a Doctoral student at Bethel University in St. Paul, Minnesota, and her research focuses on the experiences of students with disabilities in higher education.