More about Rebecca

I became interested in nutrition back in my early teens in the days of the waif models of the early 90s. Back then it was really all about vanity and looking good in my skinny jeans. A lot has changed over the years and my passion for health and well-being has grown into a much more holistic vision. I see well-being not as a luxury but as a necessity and as the foundation of possibility in our lives. It is about flourishing. It’s about showing up as the best version of ourselves. It’s about the seemingly small actions we take every day to take care of ourselves, to nurture our relationships, to pursue a sense of meaning and purpose, to live in accordance with our values, to be engaged and live in the present moment, to savor positive emotions and to achieve our goals.

I hold very dear my core values of curiosity, adventure, discipline, love of learning, appreciation of beauty, self-regulation and love, and make every effort to use these values to guide my behavior. I enjoy laughing with my husband…a lot, meandering, running or snowshoeing through the woods with my dog, Shelley, lifting weights, practicing yoga, hiking in my favorite place, the White Mountains of New Hampshire, reading and listening to podcasts about leadership, health and the psychology of behavior. I look at everyday as an opportunity to learn, to grow and to experience adventure.

I would love to connect with you and hear more about how I and the Consortium can support your well-being. Feel free to reach out by phone or by email. You can reach me at 802 443 5376 or

This is one of my favorite photos from December of 2019. My friend Alex and I are heading toward the summit of Mt. Katahdin in Baxter State Park, Maine as I started my journey to hike the 67 highest peaks in Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont in a single winter season. It was frigid and blustery that day but absolutely spectacular and just two short months later I accomplished the mission on Galehead mountain in NH.