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Webinars & Training April 04, 2024

WEBINAR: Newly Diagnosed Food Allergies? FARE Has Your Back

April 4, 2024, 1:00 p.m. ET 

Are you newly diagnosed to food allergies? Do you have a child, grandchild, friend, or student with a food allergy and want to learn more? Being diagnosed with a food allergy can be overwhelming and difficult to navigate. Join us for this one-hour webinar in which we will highlight food allergy basics, label reading, lifestyle changes, and ways to manage your food allergies safely while living your life to the fullest.

This event is supported by 


About the Speakers

Kelly Cleary, MD

Kelly Cleary

Dr. Kelly Cleary is the Senior Director of Education and Support Programs for FARE. She oversees FARE’s national education efforts and maintains a variety of programs, resources, and relationships for the food allergic, their families, and caregivers. Previously, Kelly was the Medical Director of Psychopharmacology for PM Behavioral Health, where she was responsible for the oversight of medication management and operations for the behavioral health service. Kelly also co-founded UrgiKids, a pediatric urgent care in Naperville, Illinois which was subsequently acquired by PM Pediatrics. A graduate of Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Kelly completed her Pediatrics residency at New York Presbyterian Cornell, and finished her Pediatric Emergency Medicine fellowship at NYU-Bellevue. She is currently pursuing a Master’s in Public Health degree at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. 

Tiffany Leon, MS, RD


As FARE’s Assistant Director of Training and Professional Programs, Tiffany supports the development of educational materials and training programs for key target audiences including registered dietitians or other healthcare professionals, commercial foodservice operators and of course, those with food allergies! Tiffany came to FARE from Georgetown University where she worked in dining services to help students with dietary restrictions navigate their dining options, served as a voice for the students during menu development, and provided food safety training to the campus dining staff. Prior to that she was at a private nutrition and research firm that tailored holistic nutrition programs to boost physical and mental performance. She has been a Registered Dietitian for 11 years and earned degrees from James Madison University and Columbia University. She lives in Maryland, with her family and dog, Maggie.

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