Kerri-Ann is a registered dietitian nutritionist who empowers people to make healthy changes that last. Through writing, teaching and nutrition coaching, she helps individuals get healthier in a way that's fun, not forced.


A former editor of EatingWell Magazine, Kerri-Ann is skilled at translating nutrition science into digestible nuggets of use-it-now information. Kerri-Ann has written for various clients including the Food Network, WebMD, the Huffington Post, Yahoo! Shine and Cooking Channel TV. She has taught nutrition classes, conducted cooking demonstrations and developed curricula for public and private organizations, including the NYC Department of Health, Columbia University, Cigna, City Harvest and Friends Seminary. She specializes in adult, child and adolescent weight loss and wellness counseling.

Kerri-Ann holds a masters degree in Nutrition Education from Teachers College, Columbia University, and an undergraduate degree in English with a Writing concentration from Georgetown University. She grew up in the New York suburbs, was a Brooklyn dweller for several years and now makes her home in Vermont. She likes pretty much all whole foods, but is partial to kale, coffee, black beans, pie and peanut butter (not necessarily all in the same meal).