Dr Jamie McManus, M.D., FAAFP Chairman, Medical Affairs, Health Sciences and Education Dr. Jamie McManus is responsible for leading Shaklee clinical research efforts in support of product development and distributor education. Dr. McManus's in-depth articles are a regular feature of the Shaklee Health Network.
Dr. Jamie McManus is an acclaimed author, board-certified family physician, and highly regarded educational speaker who has been featured in numerous radio and television shows. She is responsible for ensuring best practices in clinical research, scientific design, product development, and product messaging. A longtime advocate of preventative medicine, Dr. McManus is most passionate about inspiring others to take charge of their health through simple lifestyle changes and proper nutrition. In her downtime, she enjoys running, hiking, kayaking, snowshoeing, and playing with her 3-year-old granddaughter.
Dr. Jamie McManus is responsible for leading Shaklee's clinical research efforts in support of product development and distributor education.
Prior to joining Shaklee Corporation, Dr. McManus managed Herbalife's Medical Affairs and Nutrition Education department and personally trained more than one million distributors by traveling to more than 44 countries in eight years.
Dr. McManus received her M.D. with honors and completed her Residency from the University of California, Davis, and was a practicing Board Certified Family Physician for 15 years.
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