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Eloise Carter

Eloise Carter, American nutritionist. Registered dietitian; licensed dietitian, nutritionist, Alabama. Recipient Service award National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, 1986; Fulbright fellow, 1994.


  • Carter, Eloise was born on June 9, 1945 in Waterproof, Louisiana, United States. Daughter of Carneal and Mary Ella (Cage) Carter.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science, Southern University, 1967. Master of Science, Tuskegee Institute, 1969. Doctor of Philosophy, Kansas State University, 1976.


    • Dietitian Kansas City (Missouri) General Hospital, 1969. Instructor North Carolina Central University, Durham, 1969-1970. Dietitian Wake Memorial Hospital, Raleigh, North Carolina, 1970.

      Instructor Kansas State University, Manhattan, 1973-1976. Department head Tuskegee (Alabama) University, 1976-1984, dean, 1984-1987, associate director international programs, since 1989. Chief human resources/special administrative assistant United States Agency for International Development-BIFAD/USDA-OICD, Washington, 1984-1989.

      Co-chair advisory board food service management Tuskegee University, 1979-1985. Member New Initiatives in Health Economics United States Department of Agriculture, Washington, 1984. Alternate board member Southeast Consortium for International Development, Washington, since 1990.

    Major achievements

    • Registered dietitian. Licensed dietitian, nutritionist, Alabama.


    • Contributor articles to professional journals.


    When peaceful alternatives have failed, the force of arms may regretfully be preferable to unchecked aggression, tyranny and genocide.

    Party affiliation: Democrat


    Through The Lord’s Supper, or Holy Communion, the bread and cup symbolize the broken body and shed blood offered by Christ recall God’s great love for people. As they did for the disciples on the eve of Christ’s crucifixion.

    Denomination: Baptist


    Christians should promote healthy marriages, raising loving children, and in getting along with everyone around them—including their enemies.


    District commissioner Tukabatchee area Boy Scouts, Alabama, 1984-1985. Member faculty senate Tuskegee University, 1984-1987, member community relations committee, 1984-1987. Member American Dietetic Association (Service award 1995), Association for Women in Development (board directors 1990-1993), Sigma Xi.



    Travel, reading, home decorating, shopping, spectator sports.


    • father: Carneal Carter
    • mother: Mary Ella (Cage) Carter
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    Born June 9, 1945
    (age 72)