Kelly Anne Erdman provides virtual consultations (BC, AB), in-person appointments in the Okanagan plus workshops and webinars across Canada. She has decades of experience working with elite and recreational athletes to achieve personal best performances. Kelly Anne is the Dietitian for Hockey Canada (National Women's Team from 1998 to current; including seven Olympic Games), Speed Skating Canada (2010-2022), Canadian Men's Para Hockey Team (2014 to current) and now with Golf Canada Women since 2022. She was the Dietitian for the Canadian Olympic Committee (2011-2014) which included working at the 2011 Pan Am Games, 2012 London Olympics and the 2014 Sochi Olympics.
In 2016 Kelly Anne Erdman was the Canadian author to write the internationally recognized, Nutrition and Athletic Performance Position Paper." She was a sessional instructor at the University of Calgary in Kinesiology (2017-2021). And has published more than a dozen research papers in peer-reviewed journals.
Kelly Anne has also consulted with several corporations to provide support for executives, menu review for work site camps, culinary education for food service and wellness workshops for staff at all levels. These companies include ConocoPhillips, Shell Canada and Cenovus Energy.
Kelly Anne Erdman raced on the Canadian Cycling Team from 1985-1992, competing in seven World Cycling Championships and 1992 Olympics (alternate in the Road Race & Individual Pursuit). She won 12 national titles and placed 4th in the 1990 Cycling World Championships. Kelly Anne won a hat-trick of gold medals at the 2005 World Masters in Edmonton, AB.