President: Dillon Martin
Dillon, a Texas native, found his way to Nevada in 2002 and utilized his degree in Kinesiology to help personal training clients reach their fitness goals. He later transitioned into the healthcare business world of medical and pharmaceutical sales. With his compass forever pointed towards a healthy lifestyle and well-being Dillon signed-on at UNLV in 2014 with the intent of obtaining his registered dietician license. His goal is to resume working with patients and clients helping them better understand how to incorporate smart nutritional habits into their lifestyle. Dillon is very excited to be serving as President of UNLV SNDA for the 2016-2017 school semesters. His focus is to strengthen the organization through increased membership, better communication, and more visibility within the University and local community. When not focused on school he spends time trying to keep up with his two little daughters or tackling an occasional swim, bike, run workout.
VP of Activities: Daniel Levine
Daniel Levine, a native to Las Vegas, received his Bachelor of Science in Community Health Sciences from the University of Nevada, where he also minored in Nutrition and pitched for the Wolfpack baseball team. His minor sparked an interest in dietetics, pushing him to pursue a second degree in Nutrition Sciences. As VP of activities, he is looking to serve by providing great experiences for SNDA’s members and to help the club grow as an organization. In his free time, Daniel likes to exercise, spend time with his family, and to travel. He wishes to combine his two passions of nutrition and sports as a Sports Dietitian and, after graduating in May, he plans to attend graduate school and to start his professional career in the Pacific Northwest.
VP of Communications: Jennifer Cuozzo
Jennifer Cuozzo was born in Las Vegas and lived here most of her life. After personally experiencing health-related life changing events she knew she wanted her career to be nutrition related and seized the opportunity to work for a supplement company. Being astounded by her own results and by others who made lifestyle changes that transformed their well-being, she recognized her path is to integrate her two passions of healthcare and teaching. Since being involved in UNLV’s SNDA she’s been grateful for the opportunities available to achieve success through community engagement, enhancing leadership skills, and becoming a future RD. As VP of Communications, Jennifer ensures students will be given the tools to maximize their own experiences. Ultimately, her goal is to one day own a private practice-wellness center and specialize in weight management and obesity with emphasis on diabetes and digestive health.
Treasurer: Jennifer Link-Cuadrado
Jennifer grew up in a small farm town in Southern Wisconsin with a population of about 4,000 people. Her mother worked in an elderly facility throughout Jennifer’s childhood and regularly accompanied her mother to work, the patients became part of her family. Jennifer graduated from high school wanting to explore the other side of the country and moved to Las Vegas to be part of a more diverse community. After numerous sales and hospitality jobs she decided to go back to school for something that would make a difference in other people’s lives besides her own, which ultimately lead her to pursue a career in nutrition sciences. She is passionate about volunteering in the Las Vegas community and getting others involved in learning more about nutrition and the importance of preventative care. Her goal after college is to become a registered dietitian and possibly follow in her mother’s footsteps helping geriatric patients. Jennifer takes pleasure in spending time with her husband Carlos and two kitties Juelz and Coconut.
Secretary: Dawn Matusz
Dawn came to Las Vegas by way of Youth With a Mission. Spending three years with the missionary organization developed in her a sincere heart for serving others as well as a deep love for Las Vegas. Having just finished the senior capstone series in Nutrition Sciences, Dawn will be spending the next academic year focusing on finishing the Brooking’s Public Policy Minor. In the future, Dawn wants to be an R.D. working in the realm of food and nutrition policy in both the American and Global arenas.