chief strategy and impact officer
Seanna Marceaux, MS RDN LD, brings 10+ years of experience in the provision of nutrition services to some of the most vulnerable community members in Austin, Texas. In addition to overseeing a commercial kitchen producing thousands of meals each day including medically tailored diets, Seanna also develops and implements evaluation methods to objectively allocate limited resources, prioritize services and measure programmatic impact. As the healthcare system evolves, Seanna will also lead the agency’s efforts in engaging the health care community regarding cost-effective approaches that address social determinants of health, which positively impacts health outcomes, saves the healthcare system and taxpayers money as well as helping people live with dignity and independence in their own homes.
Seanna has a Master of Science degree in Human Nutrition from Texas State University and is a licensed and registered dietitian nutritionist. She and her colleagues were published in the Journal of Nutrition, Health and Aging—“Impact of home-delivered meals on nutrition status among older adults in central Texas (2018)” and Working with Older People—“Meals on Wheels Central Texas: addressing loneliness and isolation through client-volunteer interaction (2021)”. Seanna has been honored for her commitment to the ideals of ‘Scholarship, Leadership and Services” by the National Society of Collegiate Scholars, and has received awards for ‘Innovations in Dietetics Practice and Education’ by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics as well as ‘Leadership, Research and Academic Excellence’ by the School of Family & Consumer Sciences, Nutrition & Foods, Texas State University. She was also the recipient of the 2019 Family & Consumer Sciences Rising Star Award from Texas State University’s Human Nutrition program.