Kelly is a Boston-based Registered Dietitian. She is passionate about cooking, plant-centered diets, and sustainable food systems.
Kelly graduated from the University of Texas with BS in nutrition, and completed her dietetic internship through the University of Texas Coordinated Program. After becoming a registered dietitian, Kelly completed a Masters degree in Gastronomy from Boston University, with a concentration in food policy.
Kelly is an experienced dietitian that has worked in a variety of roles throughout the food system. Her experience includes doing healthy menu promotion for Boston College, nutrition analysis for Whole Foods Market, teaching children through Michelle Obama’s Chefs Move to Schools program, and working directly for Frances Moore Lappé as a research fellow for her upcoming book on world hunger.
12 thoughts on “Meet Kelly”
I love that you hold a special place in your heart for all things Italian. Have you ever been to Italy? If so, what was your favorite part?
I studied abroad in Sicily, and my favorite part was making friends 🙂
You have developed a very interesting website even though I am not into cooking at this time.
Hope to see you soon.
Thank you! I will definitely come see you sometime this winter. Love, Kelly
This is a wonderful blog! Great job! I can’t wait to try all the neat recipes!
I would love to meet for lunch on Saturday! Email me at email@example.com and we can set up a location!
Kelly, I want to apologize to you. I had mentioned you in a post of mine and misspelled your last name. I made the correction and am sorry for any inconvenience. Bob Rice
I appreciate make-sense Nutrition. I have been bombarded by friends and patients about Whole30 and other such drastic “cut out half the food pyramid” programs. Your science based, pragmatic approach to food and these “run for the hills” programs is phenomenal. Thank you so much for helping me to provide a proper and healthy answer to the many questions….
You are so welcome!
Do you have an option to subscribe to your blog? I just came across your reply to a post about the Whole30 diet and appreciated your fact based response. I’m trying to eat healthier and there seems to be so much psuedo-science, fad diet info out there… would appreciate hearing more from someone with actual expertise in the area. 🙂