Tracy helps her clients to become both healthier and happier by making step-by-step, enjoyable, and long-lasting changes. Her mission: to help people to eat on purpose and to live on purpose. And she gets results.
Tracy left an accomplished 15-year career in high-tech to pursue her passions for nutrition, coaching, and helping people maximize their happiness. Her many years in high-powered and influential corporate roles mean she understands first-hand the environment professionals face today. Tracy’s expertise areas are wide-ranging: increasing energy and stamina, healing from stomach and other GI distress, blood sugar management, sustainable weight loss, and how to turn healthy intentions into life-long habits. She also has extensive experience leading small- and large-group seminars and is a prized professional mentor and executive training facilitator.
Tracy also has a particular passion for helping people who are struggling with chronic disease. So much of conventional medicine today is focused on triage of acute illness, which it usually achieves impressively. However, conventional approaches to chronic disease are often toward the goal of just “managing” patient symptoms. Using biochemical testing, Tracy helps her clients to understand the true root causes of their disease, so that it can be reduced or eliminated at its source.
Tracy’s health counseling certification is from Columbia University for the Institute of Integrative Nutrition in New York. She has completed ongoing training and is working on a certification in understanding the root causes of chronic illness with the Institute of Functional Medicine and on Masters courses in Human Nutrition at Bridgeport University. She also holds a Masters degree in Engineering from MIT and a Masters degree in Management from The Sloan School at MIT. Tracy held a variety of technical and managerial roles during her semiconductor industry tenure, most recently at Intel Corporation – from technology program management to executive leadership.
Tracy supports clients all across the US. She also travels to provide large group presentations of myth-busting common health misconceptions, hands-on cooking demonstrations and practical seminars for corporations and community groups.