As a chef’s daughter, and life-long athlete, Genevieve has always been interested in food and wellness. Whether working on diabetes control or decreasing IBS symptoms, Genevieve desires to help her patients enjoy all foods and have a healthy perspective on body composition. As a mother of two, she is also passionate about supporting women through the prenatal and postpartum stages of life. Genevieve prides herself on getting to know her patients on a deep level, and understanding their unique needs. She works collaboratively with them to come up with a plan tailored specifically for them. Prior to joining the Culina Health team, Genevieve worked at a health center in The Greater Boston area with underserved adults and children from diverse backgrounds. She also worked in the outpatient setting at an internal medicine practice in Charlotte, and inpatient at Atrium Health hospitals. Through previous roles, she has learned a lot about health equity and cultural humility and carries this into her current practice.
Patient-centered, collaborative counseling with a gentle approach. Her desire is to help her patients create realistic, sustainable goals that become part of their lifestyle.
Genevieve enjoys checking out local restaurants and coffee shops, trying new foods, hiking, and visiting National Parks with her husband and two boys.
Master of Health Science in Nutrition, Western Carolina University
Western Carolina University
Training & Certification:
Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics