Over the past decade, I have grown my personal love for good food & home cooking into a deep appreciation for nutrition’s influence on our health. I started my career in public relations working with food companies to promote healthy eating and cooking. This work introduced me to registered dietitians for the first time. I was inspired by how they were able to take clinical nutrition research and apply it to messages the average American can use to make better food choices. I wanted to have that skill, too!
In 2012, I went back to school and earned a dietetics degree from San Francisco State University, followed by over 1200 supervised practice hours through the University of Maryland. Now, as a registered and licensed dietitian, I too can take the latest research and translate it into useable steps for my clients to meet their health and nutrition goals.
I work one-on-one with clients and with families to build healthy eating habits that will support overall good health. I believe everyone can love good nutrition and take the steps to building better, stronger selves one bite at a time.
All health & nutrition advice provided on this site is informative and not intended to replace one-on-one nutrition counseling. Health care decisions, including the use of nutrition therapy, should be made with your trusted doctor.