Rosanne Walsh is an AADP board certified health coach living in Charlestown MA with her two daughters. After losing her husband to Glioblastoma, an aggressive form of brain cancer, she left her successful marketing career to pursue her passion in the nutrition and wellness space. Through her practice she offers health education seminars, as well as private nutrition coaching and cooking classes geared towards women and families in the Boston area. Her philosophy on nutrition is rooted in modern research on the microbiome as well as bioindividuality and favors a holistic approach, which incorporates integration of the mind, body and spirit for achieving lifestyle changes that maximize individual health, wellness and happiness. She also established the non profit CAPE (Cancer Awareness Prevention and Education), a 501c3 organization which is dedicated to advocating for the benefits of lifestyle medicine for disease prevention. Over the past 4 years, generous support from Whole Foods and MGH/Spaulding has enabled funding for hundreds of “edible art” classes at Boston based schools such as the Kennedy Center as well as the Eliot, which are uniquely designed to encourage children to eat more fruits and vegetables. Rosanne is currently pursuing a masters certification in Nutrition at Simmons College and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.