Erin was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes as a teenager. However, she didn’t let this life-altering diagnosis stop her from living a full life. Erin played competitive sports at the high school and college levels, traveled abroad, and started a family. She partially attributes her ability to reach her goals to her fantastic diabetes care team, who always reinforced that she could do anything she wanted despite living with diabetes. Erin aims to carry this message forward while working with persons living with chronic diseases. She truly feels that all foods fit into a healthy diet. Before working at Culina Health, Erin worked at the University of Rochester Strong Memorial Hospital in Pediatric and Adult Endocrinology. She also has experience in nursing homes and rural community health.
Erin’s approach is person-centered and weight-inclusive. There is no one-size-fits-all when it comes to nutrition therapy, and in her practice, Erin meets her patients where they are to help them reach their goals.
In her personal time, you can find Erin spending time with her husband and son, reading, kayaking, or watching stand-up comedy (because a good laugh is good for the soul!)
Master of Science, Dietetics and Nutrition, D’Youville College
D’Youville College; Buffalo General Medical Center; Erie County Medical Center; Oishei Children’s Hospital of Buffalo; Sisters of Charity Hospital
Training & Certification:
Certified Diabetes Care and Education Specialty