Hello everyone and thanks for reviewing my Intern Perspective post. My name is Gina Vega and I am a distance dietetic intern from Denver, Colorado. I am currently working on my clinical and management rotations at Rose Medical Center. I have had the opportunity to work with and meet an amazing group of staff and learn different aspects of the dietetic world. I am in the middle of my clinical management experience and I have enjoyed it very much. My preceptor/supervisor, Julie, is amazing. She goes above and beyond for the dietitians and is an exceptional team-player in the food and nutrition service department. The day-to-day for a clinical manager changes and it is not always routine. Julie "wears many hats" as a Clinical Nutrition Manager (CNM). In the short amount of time I have been working with Julie, I've been involved in a Joint Commission walk thru and a policy review for clinical nutrition guidelines. I have experienced what is necessary to integrate malnutrition policies and procedures into the nutrition assessment realm and serve as a resource for other registered dietitians who are also planning to incorporate malnutrition guidelines into their line of work. Julie, as well as the dietetic staff, go above and beyond to explore better patient outcomes. In the past few months, the team decided to incorporate the nasal bridle system for all NG tube feed patients. Julie consistently checks in with her staff to make sure they have the tools and resources needed to succeed in their position. The success Julie has achieved as a Rose Medical CNM is exceptional. As Julie starts a new adventure in dietetics, I would like to honor her and thank her for not only allowing me to see what it’s like to be a CNM, but for being one of the reasons why I am here today. Thank you, Julie, for setting the standard for what it takes to be a clinical nutrition manager, and for striving to keep that standard at an exceptional level.