As a registered dietitian, I have a deep appreciation for nutrition’s influence on our health. I have experience working with both adults and kids to adjust their dietary patterns to help them feel better, reach weight goals or manage health conditions such as diabetes or high cholesterol.
My career started working in public relations to encourage healthy eating and cooking at home. Through that work, I was introduced to dietitians who took nutrition science and translated it into tips for everyday living. I was inspired by their skills, and those dietitians encouraged me to go back to school to become a nutrition expert myself.
In 2012, I went back to school and earned a dietetics degree from San Francisco State University, followed by supervised practice through the University of Maryland. Now, as a registered 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.