Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology

Columbia University, Teachers College, New York, NY
Concentration: Psychotherapy and Psychoanalytic Perspectives, February 2016
GPA: 3.96
Integrative Project:
"Psychodynamically-informed etiology of eating disorders and new treatment models of cooperative mother-daughter healing"

Bachelor of Science in Psychology

University of Florida, Gainesville, FL
Minor: Mass Communications, May 2014
summa cum laude, GPA: 3.83
Honors Thesis:
The Relationship between Implicit and Explicit Body Satisfaction and Eating Behavior in Collegiate Women


Community Outreach  

Content Creation

Event Management

Evidence-based Trainings  

Media Relations

Project Management  

Public Speaking  

Social Media Marketing

Strategic Partnerships  

Team Leadership


Communications Manager

National Eating Disorders Association, New York, NY
June 2019 - present

  • Manages organizational communications, online publications, website maintenance, social media, and new communications initiatives

  • Creates messaging and materials to inform, educate, and inspire key audiences including press, potential and existing funders, and internal and external stakeholders

  • National spokesperson and media expert on topics including eating disorders, body image, diet culture, media literacy, and weight stigma

Senior Communications Associate

National Eating Disorders Association, New York, NY
June 2018 - June 2019

  • Developed the strategic planning of the communications department, including the planning and implementation of organizational campaigns and overall editorial calendars

  • Oversaw the NEDA website, blog, and social media channels

  • Supervised and served as a liaison with external PR firm

Senior Program Associate & Body Project Master Trainer

National Eating Disorders Association, New York, NY
January 2017 - May 2018

  • Coordinated NEDA's eating disorders prevention and body positive efforts

  • Headed the training, implementation, and evaluation of the Body Project

  • Trained more than 350 women from 33 states and 5 countries as program trainers and facilitators

Program Associate

National Eating Disorders Association, New York, NY
January 2016 - December 2016

  • Developed resources and supervised volunteers on the National Eating Disorders Helpline  

  • Spearheaded content related to Binge Eating Disorder

  • Trained professionals and graduate students nationwide in the Body Project

Body Project Consultant

National Eating Disorders Association, New York, NY
August 2014 - December 2015

  • Program administrator for the Body Project, a dissonance-based eating disorder prevention program

  • Responsible for all tasks associated with the scheduling, program implementation and evaluation

  • One of three Master Trainers in NYC qualified to train individuals as either Body Project trainers (train the trainer) or program facilitators

Interim Youth Outreach Coordinator

National Eating Disorders Association, New York, NY
July 2015 - September 2015

  • Produced content and programming for teens and young adults, primarily through NEDA's youth program, Proud2Bme

  • Managed social media platforms, online content and community development

  • Worked with Program Manager to integrate youth outreach strategy into NEDA's core programming

Group Leader

Camp Shane, Ferndale, NY
June 2014 - August 2014

  • Supervised and advised 50+ counselors and campers at a premier summer weight-loss camp

  • Worked with campers to improve their health, self-esteem, and body image

  • Assisted with group therapy sessions and body empowerment exercises

Professional Organizations

Young Nonprofit Professional Network

Academy for Eating Disorders
Psi Chi National Psychology Honor Society

The National Society of Collegiate Scholars

& Clinical

Helpline Consultant

National Eating Disorders Association, New York, NY
December 2012 - December 2013

  • Helpline operator for phone calls, emails and click-to-chat (instant messaging) inquirea

  • Assisted with helpline supervision and debriefs volunteers and interns when challenges arise

Independent Study

Attitudes and Social Cognition Lab, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL
September 2013 - May 2014

  • Designed and implemented an undergraduate honor's thesis testing the relationship between implicit and explicit body dissatisfaction and disordered eating in college women

  • Exemplary completion of the honors theses resulted in graduating with highest honors

Clinical Intern

UF Health Eating Disorder Recovery Center, Gainesville, FL
January 2013 - June 2013

  • Mediated educational and recreational leisure groups with patients

  • Occasional tasks included clerical duties, assisting in psychological screening of patients, and observing and/or co- facilitating therapy groups

Research Intern

Drivers Ed for Love, Gainesville, FL
December 2012 - December 2013

  • Driver's Ed for Love is a relationship education organization that equips individuals with the knowledge and skills to choose wisely in love via events and workshops

  • Prepared, managed, and recruited for workshops and events

  • Principal Investigator for the research study, “Learning about me: The impact of relationship education on the emotional competence of college students”

Research Assistant

Body Image Research Group, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL
January 2012 - May 2012

  • Collected and entered data, administered baseline surveys, control group activities and follow up surveys

  • Attended weekly meeting discussing the progress and upcoming tasks for the lab


Sudakov , M.. & Kronengold, C., (2021, January 13). Self-Care While Seeing Harmful Food & Weight New Year's ResolutionsPanelist at Mental Health on The Mighty.

Kronengold, C.. & Lederman, A., (2021, January 8). Creating Non-Diet New Year's Resolutions. Instagram Live with BlogHer.

Jones, L.., Wassenaar, E., Kronengold, C., (2020, December). Weight Neutral Providers Discussion. Moderator at the National Eating Disorders Association Fall 2020 NEDACon.

Reide-Combs, C., Kronengold, C., Cunningham, N., Lane, S. (2018, April). What is it like to be a girl on Long Island? Panelist at Girls Inc. of Long Island State of the Girl Breakfast. Farmingdale, NY.

Julius, J., Julius, P., Kronengold, C., Sheldon, R., & Merkl, S. L. (2017, November). NEDA Family Panel: Sharing Stories of Hope & Recovery. Panelist at the Binge Eating Disorders Association Conference, Brooklyn. NY.

Triplett, C., McAfee, B., Kronengold, C., Viglucci, D., Kruger, J., & Gonzalez, F. (2017, October). Millennials Change: Silencing the Shame on Mental Health. Panelist at the RIZZARR Millennials Change Event Series, New York, NY.

Kronberg, S., Walen, A., & Kronengold, C. (2016, December). Breaking Binge: Understanding, Treating & Coping with Binge Eating. Panelist at the National Eating Disorders Association Binge Eating Conference, New York, NY.

Elliot, G., Senesac, K., Levin, H., & Kronengold, C. (2015, October). College & Eating Disorders: How to Support a Student in a University Environment. Panelist at the National Eating Disorders Association Conference, San Diego, CA.

Kronengold, C. (2014, October). How to plan a NEDA Walk. Panelist at the National Eating Disorders Association Conference, San Antonio, TX.


Keel, P. & Kronengold, C. (2014). Does Social Media Make Girls Hate Themselves?. Panelist on Huffington Post Live. New York, NY.


Kronengold, C. & O’Keefe, B. (2014, February). On Campus: National Eating Disorder Awareness Week. Panelist on Huffington Post Live.

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