Denine M. Rogers, MS, RDN, LD, FAND (B.S. ’92) was selected as one of the top 10 dietitians in the country from Today’s Dietitian Magazine for 2018. She has a master’s degree in complementary alternative medicine specializing in herbal medicine at the American College of Health Sciences and has graduated with honors from the Delta Epsilon Tau International Honor Society.

She continues to run her integrative functional nutrition private practice called Living Healthy in Douglasville, Georgia, and also work as a nutritional telehealth consultant at Anthem.

Meshea Poore (B.A. ’98), a longtime champion of under-represented people, has been named vice president of diversity, equity and inclusion at West Virginia University. Poore, an attorney who served in the West Virginia House of Delegates from 2009-2014, is in private practice in Charleston, where she also serves as president of the West Virginia State Bar. Her appointment was effective Feb. 19.




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