Nutritional Outlook Staff
Tim Baudler joined Canon Communications in 2005 as an account executive for Nutritional Outlook and now serves as brand director for the magazine. Tim is well known in the industry as a fun, upbeat, and energetic advertising consultant who truly cares about his clients and provides them with unparalleled service. He is originally from Iowa and has been in the advertising/publishing industry for nearly 20 years, with experience at such renowned companies as Gannett Corp., Time Inc., and Meredith Corp. Few people know about his prior work experience in elementary education and on-air news reporting, as well as his experience of being a survivor of brain cancer nearly 25 years ago.
Jennifer Grebow is dedicated to ensuring that Nutritional Outlook provides crucial and accurate information to its readers. Believing that an industry publication is responsible for setting a tone and establishing a dialogue with its members, she seeks to continually enhance her team’s knowledge of the industry and the issues that matter most to its business. Jennifer joined Canon Communications (now UBM Canon) in 2000. Prior to joining Nutritional Outlook as editor-in-chief in 2009, she served as lead editor of another Canon Communications publication. A graduate of Occidental College in Los Angeles, Jennifer has resided in the L.A. area since leaving her home state of Hawaii in 1996.
Robby Gardner is associate editor of Nutritional Outlook magazine. Since joining the magazine in 2009 as an intern, he has been devoted to covering new ingredient and nutrition research, as well as national and global regulatory news. Robby is constantly striving for a body and a diet that match the philosophy of Nutritional Outlook. He holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Writing, Literature, and Publishing from Emerson College in Boston.
Beth Berner joined Canon Communications in 2004, initially contributing to the development and execution of marketing projects. In 2008, she transitioned into sales, using her marketing background to her clients’ advantage by helping them develop strategically driven advertising programs that reflect the fast-paced changes of integrated media. She loves people—and dogs(!), including her golden retriever Grady.
As Nutritional Outlook’s official mascots, Dixie and Coconut are in charge of maintaining team morale.