Think of me as your super nerdy friend that’s always in your corner.
I help you get to the root cause of what's blocking you from feeling your best after baby.
I am trained in functional and integrative medicine and work alongside well-known functional medicine practitioners and naturopathic doctors. I help moms figure out the root of their health concerns and put the pieces back together.
I listen. I believe you. I work in partnership with you. I know you can do this.
I grew up in Wisconsin.
After ten years of living across the country as a military family, we’re now settled back in Wisconsin. Go Packers! And yes, I love cheese.
Poke bowls, ice cream, and homemade chicken noodle soup.
I spend time outside almost every day with my family
(or in our homemade ninja gym!), read books & listen to podcasts, tend to my indoor hydroponic garden, and nerd out about behavior change and nutrition!
I’m a Swiftie
(Taylor Swift fan), big time.
I’ve discovered over the years that my favorite type of clients are women ready for pregnancy, currently pregnant, or in the postpartum period. I saw how limited the information and support is for moms during these times and declared it my purpose to change that. It’s in these seasons where you need someone in your corner as your friend and guide.
That’s where I come in!
has 12+ years of experience in women's health and prenatal/postnatal nutrition.
I know firsthand how hard hard it is to find nutrition information you can trust.
After navigating postpartum anxiety with my first son, I felt called to help as many moms as possible move through that huge life transition while feeling both seen and supported, mentally and physically. Learn more about the program I created as a manifestation of this desire to lift up moms!
I co-host the “Doctor Mom” Podcast with Dr. Elana Roumell, ND.
Our podcast episodes cover pregnancy, postpartum, pediatrics and everything in between, with tons of inspiring guests and honest #momlife conversations. Our goal is to empower moms by giving them knowledge so they can be their own health advocate, or what we call a “Doctor Mom”.