Member interest groups (MIGs) focus on areas other than the practice of dietetics or geographic location. Learn more about each of our current groups.
- Asian Indians in Nutrition and Dietetics (AIND)
AIND empowers members to be the leaders in cultural evidence-based practices for people of Indian origin.
- Chinese Americans in Dietetics and Nutrition (CADN)
CADN members serve, educate, promote research, and share work experiences within the dietetics and nutrition community to enhance the nutritional status of the Chinese in the United States and worldwide.
Fifty Plus in Nutrition and Dietetics (FPIND)
FPIND focuses on programming, education, careers and networking targeted at members age 50 years and older.
Filipino Americans in Dietetics and Nutrition (FADAN)
FADAN fosters networking, mentoring and support for professional issues unique to Filipino-American dietitians, focusing on the diverse culture and ethnicity of this population.
Jewish Member Interest Group (JMIG)
JMIG provides credible resources regarding cultural competencies concerning kosher in observance of kashrut (dietary law) meal service customs to their clients.
Latinos and Hispanics in Dietetics and Nutrition (LAHIDAN)
LAHIDAN fosters the development and improvement of food, nutrition and health care for Latinos and their families in the United States and related territories.
Muslims in Dietetics and Nutrition (MIDAN)
MIDAN serves members with an interest in cross-cultural awareness and reducing health disparities, specifically as they relate to the Muslim population. This may include those who are of the Muslim faith and/or who work with Muslim clients/patients.
National Organization of Blacks in Dietetics and Nutrition (NOBIDAN)
NOBIDAN provides a forum for professional development of food and nutrition practitioners, while advocating and promoting optimal nutrition and well-being for the general public, particularly those of African-American descent.
National Organization of Men in Nutrition (NOMIN)
NOMIN Promotes careers in food and nutrition and professional growth of men through support of research, education, and dissemination of information regarding men's health issues.
Thirty and Under in Nutrition and Dietetics (TUND)
TUND empowers young practitioners to network and collaborate as the nation's future food and nutrition leaders.