Asheville, North Carolina
Hope Warshaw is a nationally recognized Registered Dietitian (RD) and Certified Diabetes Care and Education Specialist (CDCES). She applies forty plus years of experience in her work as a consultant, book author, freelance writer, diabetes care provider, and media spokesperson within her business Hope Warshaw Associates, LLC. Hope is known for her expertise in diabetes care and nutrition management and weight management.
As a consultant Hope works or has worked with numerous diabetes- and nutrition-focused companies. As a freelance writer Hope regularly contributes articles, blogs, and social media content. Hope served as a contributing editor, freelance writer and editorial advisor for Diabetic Living magazine and website for nearly a decade. She initiated and wrote the Nutrition Q&A column for The Washington Post for several years and opened this door for more nutrition professionals.
Hope has written several award-winning, best-selling consumer books published by the American Diabetes Association (ADA) including: Diabetes Meal Planning Made Easy and Eat Out Eat Well – The Guide to Eating Healthy in Any Restaurant.
Hope has authored and co-authored professional articles in numerous journals including: Diabetes Care, Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, Clinical Diabetes, Endocrinology Today, American Journal of Managed Care – Evidence-based Diabetes Management, Journal of Diabetes Science and Technology, The Science of Diabetes Self-Management and Care Journal, ADCES in Practice and Today’s Dietitian. She’s the co-author several books and book chapters for healthcare professionals.
Hope has demonstrated her leadership acumen and commitment to volunteerism during her career. She has been involved with Diabetes DPG and Weight Management DPG. Hope joined the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Foundation Board for a three-year term in 2018. During 2021-2022 she served as the Foundation’s chair-elect and will serve as chair in 2022- 2023. She served on the board of the Association of Diabetes Care and Education Specialists (ADCES) 2011-2013 and served as president during 2016.