Our Story

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Meet Jessica Todd
MS, RD, LD, Owner

Wouldn’t it be nice to have an expert on your side?

Perfectly Portioned Nutrition is a meal-prep and nutrition company owned and operated by Jessica Todd, registered dietitian nutritionist and entrepreneur of Sandy Springs, GA. Jessica has been a registered and licensed dietitian for over 10 years and is currently a Clinical Assistant Professor and the Coordinated Program Director at Georgia State University, in the Department of Nutrition. Education, nutrition counseling and culinary nutrition has been, and remains the focus of Jessica’s career path.

Meet The Team

Rodney Smith

Meet Rodney, PPN’s new Culinary Director and Executive Chef. Rodney grew up in Wisconsin until he moved to Minnesota at the age of 10. He completed his culinary degree at The Art Institute of Minnesota where he built most of his career learning to appreciate and utilize foods in their most natural flavors. Rodney’s greatest inspirations in life and career has been his grandfather whom was a chef, his mother who made it a rule to learn to cook in the family, and his mentor Dinesh, who taught him to find confidence within himself and take the necessary risks to live life with passion.

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Fun facts about Rodney

Fav Coctail: Bourbon Manhattan
Zodiac Sign:
Pisces
Guilty Pleasures:
Oysters, smell of a tomato vine, warm sweatpants out of the dryer, collecting candles, dill pickle kettle chips, and collecting flannel shirts
Words he lives by:
If it is possible, try to find a way to come downstairs that doesn’t involve going bump, bump, bump on the back of your head. – Winnie the Pooh
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Jackie Shemaria

Meet Jackie, Jessica’s assistant. She handles responsibilities such as organizing our website menu, creating our nutrition labels, handling customer service, and more. She has a college degree in Nutrition Science from Georgia State University and is currently earning her master’s degree at GSU to become a registered dietitian. She’s bubbly and fun, loves to exercise, take photos, explore the great outdoors, and spend time with her friends and family!

Fun Facts about Jackie

Favorite Cocktail: Vodka on the rocks with a splash of cranberry
Zodiac Sign: Virgo
Best vacation to date: Israel
Guilty Pleasure:Cheesy rom-coms, chocolate chip cookies, organizing
Words she lives by: Be kind to everyone. You never know what someone could be going through and how your attitude could change their day. Spread love and positivity!

Kristina Frazier

Meet Kristina, our Social Media Director. She’s a fun, small town Alabama girl with a cool, creative side. Kristy has a business and marketing degree with 15 years of experience and a passion for working with small businesses in establishing their media platforms. She’s a wife, mother, and career-oriented girl boss who does it all.

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Fun facts about Kristina

Fav Coctail: Skinny Margarita
Zodiac Sign:
Scorpio
Guilty Pleasures:
Amazon, tacos and anything pasta
Words she lives by:
Everything happens for a reason, trust God’s plan always.
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Kristen Elliot

Meet Kristen, Consultant/Production Manager. Kristen is a registered and licensed dietitian who started cooking at 9! Maintaining a passion for food and balance, Kristen married into a restaurant family and proudly holds the title for being the first American to master her Thai Mother-in-law’s small-town-famous Egg Roll’s (all jokes aside, it took months!) Outside of PPN, she works at the Atlanta Community Food Bank serving the recipients of charitable food with cooking skills and nutrition education.

Fun facts about Kristen

Fav Cocktail: Old Fashioned
Zodiac Sign – Sagittarius
Guilty Pleasures – hanging with her cats, Mary Jane and Charlene, avidly collecting houseplants, hiking, camping and traveling with her husband Thomas
Words she lives by: Anthony Bourdain, “If I’m an advocate for anything, it’s to move. As far as you can. As much as you can. Across the ocean, or simply across the river. Walk in someone else’s shoes or at least eat their food. It’s a plus for everybody.”