Board of Directors


Lisa Everett Andersen, B.Sc. Pharm, FACA, Certified Clinical Nutritionist

 Lisa Everett Andersen, pharmacist and certified clinical nutritionist, is an adjunct faculty member of the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Pharmacy and the University of Kansas School of Pharmacy from whom she received KU School of Pharmacy Preceptor of the Year Award. She has served as a clinical instructor for the University of Kansas School of Medicine. Lisa was on the Midwest Internal Review Board for 10 years, overseeing more than 95 studies for the Food and Drug Administration, and served on the board of trustees for the American Holistic Medical Association.  As  President of the International and American Associations of Clinical Nutritionists, and a member of the American Holistic Medical Association, and the International Association of Compounding Pharmacists, she focuses her practice on holistic patient care and education.

Lisa is co-owner of O’Brien Pharmacy and the Kansas City Holistic Centre in Mission, Kansas.  She has a private consultation practice, in which she utilizes 40 years of experience in outcome-based lifestyle, spiritual, and pharmacologic intervention.  Her work incorporates the principals of biochemically based clinical nutrition, physiology, and pharmacology in the monitoring of patient outcomes as they journey towards the reversal of dis-ease and the reclamation of their health.

Lisa was the recipient of the 2013-2014 Excellence in Innovation Award from her peers and KPhA.  The award was for innovations in her practice that resulted in improved patient outcomes.

Vice President

Stephen A. Steeves, CCN

Steve Steeves, CCN, ND, PscD. is a Certified Clinical Nutritionist, Certified Naturopathic Practitioner and Doctor of Pastoral Science. Steve became a CCN in 1992. He is the owner and President of the Nutrition and Health Center in Houston Texas since 1994. Steve has appeared on local television, radio and regularly lectures for various groups from the FBI, businesses, nutrition vendors, local churches and the Houston Police Department. Steve is a recognized as an expert in functional medicine practitioner. He utilizes assessments and in-office assessment tools to assess functional nutrition status. His clinical experience ranges from infants at 2 days old to adults in their 90’s and professional athletes to critically ill patients with a variety of cancers and autoimmune diseases.

Committee Chair Mentoring & Networking

Susana A. Galle, PhD, MSCP, ABMP, CTN(ND), CCN, DHM, CCH, RYT500, C-IAYT, FACN

Dr. Galle’s private practice career spans four decades.  Having started as a clinical psychologist and neuroscientist, she is also a psychopharmacologist, with certifications in several psychology specialties. Dr. Galle is also qualified to practice other health professions, namely, clinical nutrition (CCN since 2001), traditional naturopathy, classical homeopathy, and Yoga therapy. A graduate of UC Berkelely, Yale, and Alliant IU, she serves on the faculty at major US universities (GWU, AIU), and has served as consultant to international organizations (PAHO & WHO). She coauthored books and published articles in peer-reviewed articles. She has been a media guest, locally & abroad. She serves on the Board of Directors of several professional associations. Dr. Galle’s psychosomatic consultation practice assesses the reciprocal influences between biochemical processes and mental/emotional ones in an individualized manner, with diet and customized nutrition being an integral part of treatment for various health conditions. She endorses a holistic, health-based approach to metabolic and molecular nutrition viewing mind and body as one. She is enthusiastic about the tenets and vision of IAACN.


Astrid Zuppinger, RD, CCN


Mentoring& Networking Committee

H L Sam Queen, MA, CCN, MT(ASCP), D.Sc. (Hon.)
Sam Queen first joined the IAACN in 1995 / earned the CCN shortly there after.
He has taught Session IV of the CCN Post Graduate Studies in Clinical Nutrition the past 15 years.
He authored and published the “Basic 100” text for interpreting health model-based chemistry.
Served during the late 1990’s- 2000 on a 7-member team led by James Gordon, MD, who headed the Mind/Body Institute at Georgetown Univ) and commissioned by President Clinton to develop a nutrition curricula for medical school.
Served for 30 years as primary research consultant for H.B. Wallace of the Wallace Research Foundation.
On behalf of IAACN presented clinics shortly after 9/11 on “Overcoming BioTerrorism” in Houston and in NY City, only 1 mile from ground zero.
He has recently completed the first computerized prototype of a health model-based interpretation of chemistry-the intent being that all CCN’s will ultimately have access to this service.
Currently working on a textbook to explain the development and clinical utility of the first objectively measured human health model.