What Molly thought was an interest in nutrition as a teenager turned out to be more of an interest in diet culture. After studying nutrition science in college, she realized she could pursue a career in dietetics and help others ditch diet culture through education, just as she had. With over 10 years of experience, Molly loves spending time in sessions teaching her patients about nutrition in a way that helps them feel their best. After all, so much misinformation is out there about how to be healthy (spoiler alert: this looks different for everyone!). Before joining the team at Culina Health, Molly worked in both the inpatient and outpatient settings, most recently at New York Presbyterian Hospital as a senior outpatient dietitian on the kidney transplant team.
Supportive, empathetic, and open. Molly doesn’t believe people need to eliminate their favorite foods to meet their health goals. She aims to meet patients where they are and develop individualized goals that work for them. Her ultimate goal is to make nutrition approachable for everyone.
In Molly’s spare time, she enjoys traveling, exploring New York City’s restaurant scene, hanging out with her husband and dog, cooking and creating recipes, and doing puzzles.
Master of Science in Human Nutrition, Education, & Media Technology, Framingham State University
Massachusetts General Hospital
Training & Certification:
Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics
& Certified Diabetes Care and Education Specialist (CDCES)