GX Sciences Names Kirstin Keilty Strategic Market Development Specialist

GX Sciences Names Kirstin Keilty Strategic Market Development Specialist
Tuesday, May 15, 2018

GX Sciences (formerly Genomix Nutrition) Names Kirstin Keilty Strategic Market Development Specialist.

Austin, TX, United States, 05/15/2018 / Story.KISSPR.com /

Keilty comes to GX Sciences with over 22 years of successful sales, marketing, nutrition education/program development and consulting.

 

"I am excited to welcome Kirstin to our growing team at GX Sciences. As a clinician, Ms. Keilty's expertise in the integrative health arena, as well as successful history with specialty testing sales, are in powerful synergy when combined with genomic solutions and the unbeatable service GXS is providing.  I am confident that her talents and network will immediately augment the organization's scalability." says Michael Willoughby, COO of GX Sciences.

 

After obtaining her Master of Science in Human Nutrition from University of Bridgeport in Bridgeport, CT in 1999 and successfully joining the ranks of board certified nutritionists (CNS - Certified Nutrition Specialist) in 2000, Keilty has worked to support successful supplement sales with Designs For Health, Complimentary Prescriptions (medical division of Vitamin Research Products) and Neuroscience. While working with Designs for Health, she contributed to scientific writings as "ghost writer" for publications of the late Robert Crayhon, Designs for Health co-founder. Keilty comes most recently to GX Sciences after 11 years with SpectraCell Laboratories.  The diversity of her roles at Spectracell included Territory Sales Management (Nevada and San Diego), National Clinical Consultant, Education Training Manager and Wellness VIP Development Manager.

 

As a nationally recognized Integrative Nutritionist, Keilty has designed programs to bring healthier school lunches to elementary and middle school children. She established a practice called K2 Nutrition, while such, she has lectured as invited guest speaker to member organizations, including the American Academy of Anti-Aging (A4M), Functional Medicine University (FMU), School of Applied Functional Medicine (SAFM), and other providers regarding functional nutrition.  Recently, Keilty acted as advisor to TJ Anderson - Expert Health Hacker, and contributed to his book - The Art of Health Hacking.

 

Ms. Keilty states, "The vast experiences I've had fortunate exposure to in my career has placed me in exactly the right place, and the right time, with this right company - GX Sciences. The future of genomic medicine is now. I'm thrilled to dive into making an outstanding impact with the organization.  I’ll embrace the roll of driving business with creativity and personalization. I’m especially excited about being an integral part of another company objective- to develop the GX Sciences Academy of Clinical Precision Medicine. This educational entity will stem from GX Science test offerings, Neurobiologix supplements and physician training from key opinion leaders in the integrative medicine specialty.

 

About GX Sciences:

Founded in 2016, GX Sciences is a leading provider of comprehensive nutrigenomic testing solutions.  The scientific study of individualized genetics (single nucleotide polymorphisms - SNPs) and nutrition, nutrigenomic testing accurately identifies individual patient genetic protein variations to identify sites of metabolic weakness. This personalized approach to medicine assists clinicians to help patients regain and maintain their metabolic functionality. GX Sciences, founded by Dr. Kendal Stewart, MD and Kara Stewart-Mullens is located in Austin, Texas.  

Keilty currently resides in Winston Salem, NC with her husband Joshua and two sons. She is a current member of the American College of Nutrition. In her free time, she practices yoga, loves mountain biking and camping with her family, and enjoys all things revolving around healthy food-related endeavors - from pop-up dinner parties to test marketing new product creations like her gluten-free, raw, organic cracker-chips known as MamaSeedas.



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