Elizabeth began her career in health sciences at the University of Vermont, where she studied Dietetics, and began to understand what sound nutrition really means. Her main focus was on how certain disease processes can be modified through diet. It was at this time that her love for cooking and teaching developed, and Elizabeth took opportunities doing nutrition counseling for a private personal fitness company and the Women, Infants and Children Program through the Boston Department of Public Health. She took a particular interest in caring for women, as many of her volunteer and internship opportunities involved helping women adopt good nutrition practices for their newborns and the rest of the household.
Elizabeth thenwent on to study at Regis College, where she received her RN, BSN and MSN Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner. She is certified through the National Certification Corporation, and is licensed to practice nursing in New Hampshire and Maine. Elizabeth brings her love of food, her passion for educating women and her training in Functional Medicine to Women to Women,
In her free time, Liz enjoys snowboarding, hiking, cooking, reading, gardening, fishing (a newfound interest!) and exploring new parks and mountains around the states.