Jennifer has a passion for using healthy lifestyles to promote personal health and wellness as well as prevent and combat the onset of chronic diseases such as obesity, type II diabetes, and heart disease in a proactive manner. She earned her Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from William and Mary and her Master of Science in Nutrition Education from American University.
Through her studies and experience, Jennifer learned not only the physiology of nutrition for optimum health, but also studied the science of behavior change to better understand how to help people make sustainable lifestyle changes in nutrition and physical activity.
During graduate school, she worked as a personal trainer to practice her coaching and educational techniques. She can’t wait to help you on your journey of learning about what a healthy lifestyle means and how and why it can impact your long-term health and quality of life.