Rebecca is a Registered and Licensed Dietitian Nutritionist and graduate of Penn State University. She completed her internship at the University of Kentucky and began her career as a Clinical Dietitian in Baltimore, Maryland where she spent numerous years working in the Intensive Care Unit.
She then moved back to her home town in the Bucks County area where she held a position as a Clinical Nutrition Manager. She worked for a contract company which allowed her to stay within the geographical area and gain valuable experience as a Clinical Nutrition Manger in all areas of healthcare. She spent several years working in orthopedic and acute care hospitals along with some experience in the outpatient setting which allowed her the ability to gain knowledge and experience watching how nutrition plays a role in both acute and chronic diseases.
In addition to the hospital setting, Rebecca has experience with all areas of the life cycle. She spent many years working in long-term care as well as working with pregnant mothers, infants and every age in between. After working in the clinical field, Rebecca worked as a Registered Dietitian and Health and Wellness liaison for a food service company in the private school sector. She provided all forms of nutrition and health and wellness education to students, faculty and employees at over 25 private school campuses.
Rebecca enjoys taking time to help people make small changes to become better versions of themselves, which is how she found her way to being a dietitian. In addition to enjoying her line of work, she enjoys spending time with her three teenagers. They love spending time doing outside activities, exploring small towns, and taking lots of photographs.