Researcher. Nutrition Expert.


Kate collaborates with forward-thinking companies and organizations to transform the food system, empower eaters, and build a more sustainable future.

Kate is an award-winning dietitian and nutrition pioneer who has helped millions of eaters discover and fall in love with foods that power a healthy life. She is the author of Go Green, Get Lean: Trim Your Waistline with the Ultimate Low Carbon Footprint Diet (Rodale), a columnist for Clean Eating Magazine, and a global thought leader in her field who is forging future conversations around foods that are good for people and our planet. She has shared her expertise and insights on how these opportunities are rapidly reshaping everything from healthcare to the grocery store with professional, executive and consumer audiences worldwide. 

A Fresh Approach.

Kate's thoughtful approach and unique vantage point come from nearly 2 decades of experience as one of the country's leading nutrition experts. She brings deep communications know-how, an understanding of consumer behavior, food trends and breakthrough innovations, as well as broad cross-category experience. This unique skill set is the reason she is sought out time and again by today's top food leaders and change-making organizations.

When she’s not focusing on food, she can be found skiing, mountain biking, or hiking with her family in the mountains of Utah, feeling up local produce at the farmer’s market, or sneaking regular doses of high quality chocolate.

“What I believe is simple: you should love the food you eat.”

How good it tastes. How it energizes your body or feeds your spirit. And how it impacts our world.

That is the new recipe millions of eaters like me are hungry for. The best part? It’s where the biggest opportunities lie in our food system today... to create something better for all of us.

As a mom, a food lover, and a nutrition expert (yes, in that order!) nothing is more important to me than to be a part of the incredible movement underway to rewrite our collective recipe for what it means to eat well.