Known as a visionary and entrepreneur, Kathryn fuses her high creativity and passion to bring the education of natural and restorative healing to many. She inspires others to live a healthy lifestyle, by having learned from her own miraculous healings and those of her children, as she shares the latest scientific truths and giftedly guides others to fill in missing gaps in their own health journey. Helping others achieve their ‘highest human potential’ is her mission. Her favorite question is, “What is humanly possible?”- because she is ready to trailblaze to find out.
Kathryn’s most passionate areas of interest include human brain development beginning in the womb, biological pathway communication (cellular and relational), mitochondrial restoration, the gut/brain axis connection, epigenetics/nutrigenomics, genetic SNPs, consciousness and quantum physics.
Bachelor of Science in Psychology, Emphasis: Neuroscience; Music Minor (Anticipated spring 2023)
University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL
Brain Health Coaching- Daniel Amen M.D. Clinics 2020 (anticipated)
NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming)/Life Coaching (2019)
Mitochondrial Biophysics (2018)
Sports Nutrition – BodyMind Institute (2014)
Raw Food Nutrition Science, Health Education Consultant, Business Development, and Raw Food Culinary Arts- The Graff Academy of Raw Food Education (2011)
David Wolfe Certified Raw Nutritionist (CRN), BodyMind Institute (2010)
UCF Rowing Team- 1990-1991
Medical & Health Research- 1990-present
Coach/Health Educator- 2008-present
Vitamin Shoppe, Heart 2 Heart Birth Center, Central FL Earth Day, Central FL Veg Fest, Florida School of Holistic Living, Health & Wellness Seminar, Optimal Brain Function Seminar, Home Grown Kids, Vine Ripe Kids, Orlando Home Educators, Shepherd’s Hill Academy
Philanthropic & Charitable Endeavors:
Served 10,000 volunteer hours as Founder and 8-year past-President of Vine Ripe Kids, a not-for-profit 501(c)3 educational & charitable organization, which has served hundreds of Central Florida homeschooling families since 2006.
Kathryn held her first research job in environmental (EMF’s) and biological cellular studies in 1990 while studying pre-med and music performance at the University of Central Florida. This lead to the start of a lifetime love of health research. She enjoyed training with and competing on UCF’s women’s national champion collegiate rowing team and performing with the UCF Wind Ensemble and Flute Choir throughout the state.
She has completed thousands of hours of independent health research. While some clients include those that have a medical diagnosis but don’t feel they have gotten adequate results from traditional methods, others come from the best holistic/alternative practitioners, and yet others have no distinguishing diagnoses. Kathryn finds many rewards in helping people overcome their challenges through self-discovery, education and lifestyle changes.