My food and nutrition philosophy focuses on balancing goals that work to support your life. Understanding your values provides a scaffold for determining what, how, and when to work together. Working to recognize and work with any challenges in your life is key to finding individualized approaches that are sustainable.
I completed my doctorate in community nutrition at Cornell University in 2017, and am currently doing an Individualized Supervised Practice Pathway (analogous to a Dietetic Internship) through Baptist Health. I expect to complete requirements to be a registered dietitian by June of 2018.
My research interests evolve around how people think about and manage food. I enjoy exploring the underlying concepts that shape how we think about our food experiences. Going forward, I’m working on project examining culinary education. My peer-reviewed publications have been in British Food Journal and Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior. For additional details on my education, work experience, and publications, click on the link to my CV below.
I can be reached using the contact information below.
Telephone or Skype consultations scheduled upon request.
Updated: August 2017