Amy Culp earned her B.S. degree in 1999 in Foods and Nutrition from San Diego State University and completed her clinical training at the VA San Diego Healthcare System. While
at SDSU, she was Student Nutrition Organization (SNO) President and was chosen as the Outstanding California Dietetic Student of the Year for the State of California by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Amy is a registered and licensed dietitian. She also board-certiﬁed in sports dietetics. Amy is an active member of the national and local chapters of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, Collegiate and Professional Sports Dietitians Association (CPSDA), Sports, Cardiovascular and Wellness Dietetic Practice Group, and serves on the board for CPSDA. In 2012, Amy began as Assistant Athletics Director at The University of Texas. She also served as a consultant sports dietitian for the University for ﬁve years. Amy developed what is usually considered one of the strongest collegiate sports nutrition programs in the country, with as many as six full-time Registered Dietitians at a given me. Her passion for sharing her knowledge of nutrition with others allows her to feel she is doing her life’s work when advising athletes and teams on fueling strategies for opmal performance and health. In 2015 she was honored to be recognized by her colleagues in the CPSDA with their Service Award.