Judy, a Certified Diabetes Educator and Registered Dietitian with 25 years experience has a proven track record in behavior change strategies. She has completed her undergraduate degree at Long Island University, New York graduating Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science in Nutrition. Judy continued her education by completing a dietetic internship at Beth Israel Medical Center, a Harvard Teaching Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts.
Prior to starting private practice she served as the disease management and diabetes coordinator for Stanly Regional Hospital. Under her leadership, the diabetes program has achieved ADA recognition for 2003 and 2006. In addition Judy has a special interest in digestive health and has recently completed an advanced training on the FODMAP diet approach to manage IBS.
Accomplishments include attaining NCQA recognition for Diabetes care for Piedmont Endocrinology and receiving Advanced Practice Diabetes Care Training. In addition she is recognized as a Certified Pump Trainer as well as an active member of the Charlotte Dietetic Association and Metrolina Association of Diabetes Educators. Judy is also a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT-200).
Judy prides herself in her approach of personal medical nutrition therapy, providing each client a customized meal plan, that meets their goals for success and disease management/prevention. A New York native, she now resides with her daughter and husband in Charlotte, NC
Heather has worked as a registered dietitian for 15 years in the Philadelphia area. She enjoys helping clients gain not only the knowledge of how to successfully improve their health, but also the confidence in their ability to successfully maintain healthy changes
long term. She completed her Bachelor’s degree in Nutrition and Dietetics from Messiah College and her Master’s degree in Nutrition Education at Immaculata University.
Heather has worked both in the acute hospital setting as well as in the community providing nutrition education and counseling. Prior to moving to North Carolina, she coordinated and taught both the adult and pediatric weight management programs for a Philadelphia area hospital system. Areas of experience also include nutrition counseling for bariatric surgery, diabetes, and cardiovascular disease.
Heather resides in the Charlotte area with her husband and two children.
Michelle has been a Registered Dietitian for 5 years. She earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Nutrition and Food Science from Georgia Southern University in 2005. After working in the field of Public Health with the WIC program for 5 years, she completed the Georgia Department of Public Health Dietetic Internship. Michelle has worked as a Dietitian in the Public Health setting as well as a Clinical Dietitian in the hospital setting. She successfully completed the Certification of Adult Weight Management training from the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.
A Georgia native, Michelle now resides in the Charlotte area with her husband, son and two dogs.
Susan is a registered dietitian with a Bachelor of Science in Nutrition and Dietetics from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Through the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics she has completed Level I and II Certificates of Training in Adult Weight Management. Susan has 8 years of experience in outpatient nutrition counseling for various medical conditions (diabetes, cholesterol, celiac disease, etc.), general group nutrition education, bariatric surgery nutrition counseling, and group weight management. She has also worked in clinical nutrition as well as cardiac and pulmonary rehabilitation programs for Novant Health and High Point Regional/UNC Health.
Susan enjoys helping clients take charge of their health by guiding them through small changes that can easily become long-term successes with patience and commitment to self. Susan is a member of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, Weight Management Dietary Practice Group and the North Carolina Dietetic Association. She is a Massachusetts native who now resides with her husband and daughter in Greensboro, NC. She enjoys running, biking, cooking and spending time with her family.
Julia received her Bachelors of Science from the University of Tennessee- Knoxville and her Masters of Science from Saint Louis University. She has several years of clinical nutrition experience in the hospital setting, treating a variety of conditions ranging from gastrointestinal diseases to post-surgical complications. She specializes in nutrition therapy for people with kidney disease and holds a certificate of training in Chronic Kidney Disease Nutrition Management from the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.
Julia has a passion for preventing chronic diseases with an emphasis on lifestyle modification prior to the development of disease. She enjoys helping clients feel empowered to make healthier food choices to sustain nutrition goals long term. In her free time, Julia loves to try new recipes, travel, and hike.
Andrea has worked as a registered dietitian for 9 years in the Charlotte area. She enjoys working with clients to improve their overall health and wellness. She believes that small dietary and lifestyle changes can have the greatest impact in achieving health goals!
She completed her Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Nutrition and Dietetics from The University of North Carolina at Greensboro.
Andrea has worked in the acute hospital setting as well as weight management programs in the Charlotte area. Areas of experience include nutrition counseling for weight management, bariatric surgery, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, renal diseases, PCOS, inflammatory conditions, and GI diseases.
In her free time, Andrea loves to cook new recipes (and sharing them with clients!), traveling and trying the cultural foods of the regions, and spending time with her husband and daughter.
Coretta is a longstanding Registered Dietitian in the community that received Bachelor’s Degree from Winthrop University and Master’s Degree
from The University of North Carolina in Charlotte.
Coretta has provided Nutrition counseling, Health Education and Medical Nutrition therapy in the Community Sector for over a decade to include
School Health with Charlotte Mecklenburg School System, WIC, Biddlepoint Outpatient Clinic, churches, community centers, ketogenic
weight loss, and telehealth wellness education. She was also a consultant with the Mecklenburg County Health Department’s community grant for
eliminating health disparities and with Johnson C Smith’s Health Education Program.
In her years in Public Health she also served as a Clinical Nutrition Supervisor and Dietitian Leadership role with WIC. It was also an honor to
be an adjunct Professor at Winthrop University in the Department of Human Nutrition, her Alma Mata. Coretta has done media segments for the
local TV networks, including the United Way; as well as written and co-produced nutrition scripts with the Health Department’s Award Winning
Health Communications Team.
For over 5 years, she has demonstrated leadership along with community collaboration by participating in the Dietetic Internship selection process At Winthrop University, and has played a major role with coordinating Interns Health Department rotations and mentoring. She was the proud recipient of the 2002 Charlotte Dietetic Association’s Young Dietitian of the Year Award.
Coretta is a Native New Yorker that has made her home in Charlotte with a 20 year old daughter Christina. Her hobbies include watching sports,
dance, singing, photography, writing and travel. She and her daughter are members at University Park Baptist Church. Coretta has devoted numerous years to educating and encouraging
people of all ages about how valuable they are, and that nutrition with wellness will improve their quality of life.
Andrea has been a Registered Dietitian for 14 years with a Certification in Diabetes Care and Education for 12 years. She received her Baccalaureate Degree in Nutrition from California Polytechnic University and did her internship through Patton State Hospital. She is currently pursuing a graduate degree through Augustine Institute.
She has worked in Endocrinology, Clinical Inpatient and Outpatient, and Corporate Health. Career accomplishments have been the Inaugural ADCES Rising Star Award, 4 years on Board of Directors for Certification Board of Diabetes Care and Education, and service on the Practice Analysis Task Force and Exam Committee. Andrea served as coordinator for a Disease Management Program at CHS and maintained the American Diabetes Association Accreditation for 2017.
She enjoys helping persons with Diabetes and others to manage their lifestyle, reach their goals, and lower their health risks such as weight, glucose, blood pressure, and cholesterol management. She has lived and worked in several areas of the country. Andrea enjoys swimming, floral design, piano, and creative healthy cooking that tastes good. She resides in Charlotte with her husband.
Enas Shakkour Wilker is a Registered Dietitian & Certified Nutrition Support Clinician. She earned her bachelors degree in Pre-Med/Clinical Health Promotion at Liberty University & her Masters of Science in Human Nutrition at Winthrop University. She has extensive experience as a clinical dietitian treating a variety of diseases in the ICU and acute care setting. She also has experience teaching nutrition classes & public speaking. Enas loves to teach nutrition & she loves people.
Born and raised in Jerusalem, Enas has a special appreciation for the Mediterranean diet not only for its health benefits but for its social and cultural joys.
When not talking about nutrition, Enas is enjoying time with her husband and three daughters. She likes to run, dance, drink coffee, and take naps.
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