Stacy Kennedy, MPH, RD, CSO, LDN is Chief Wellness Officer for AVA, the first adaptive eating program that figures out how to get results even faster without changing your life, using artificial intelligence and academic nutrition. Stacy is featured in the award winning documentary films, Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead and Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead 2, and sits on the Medical Advisory Board Member for Reboot with Joe.
A senior clinical nutritionist for Dana Farber/Brigham and Women’s Hospital Cancer Care, Harvard Medical School teaching affiliates, in Boston, MA. Stacy is a Board Certified Specialist in Oncology Nutrition and Integrative Nutritionist. Stacy created and now serves as project manager and lead writer for Nutrition Services content on the Dana-Farber Website and affiliated, nationally recognized, Nutrition app.
She is an adjunct professor at William James College and Simmons College. Stacy is co-founder of her private practice, Wellness Guides.
Stacy is an American College of Sports Medicine Certified Health Fitness Specialist. She has written articles and worked on Wellness Coach Curriculum for ‘Zumba’ from Reebok.
Stacy and her husband live in Wellesley with their two sons and four dogs. Stacy enjoys cooking, yoga, hiking and spending time with friends and family.
Molly Shrewsberry, MPH, MS Certified Health & Wellness Coach, is the author and founder of Love Well Live Well, a blog platform focused on the role of self-love and its impact on overall health and wellness. Her work is devoted to helping mom’s find higher levels of fulfillment, joy, inner peace and wellness in their lives through a purposeful focus on holistic well-being, kindness and self-compassion, self-prioritization, mindfulness, love and positivity.
Molly feels strongly about the power of connection and support in wellness, especially for moms. She holds a 6-week group, Connect with Your Best Self: An Inspired Wellness Journey for Moms, to provide this opportunity for local mothers. She also implemented and continues to coordinate a Health & Wellness group for the Wellesley Mother’s Forum, where she was also a previous Board Member. The Wellesley Wellness Retreat was created with inspiration from the WMF wellness group.
As a busy mom of 4, NBA coach’s wife, and volunteer Molly understands first-hand the importance of prioritizing self-care. She loves utilizing essential oils as a valuable component to wellness and to maintain inner peace throughout the fullness of motherhood. Recently, she became a dōTERRA Wellness Advocate to share natural and effective options to improve and enhance the health and wellness of the entire family.
For more information on her background and to read about self-love and wellness, visit her website. Find her on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter!
Cory Halaby is a Master Certified Life Coach with private clients, group classes, workshops and retreats. She teaches yoga at Laughing Dog Yoga Studio in Wellesley and leads Yoga Book Club at the Wellesley Recreation Department.
With a focus on compassion, meditation, and the mind/body connection, Cory's work soothes anxiety and stress. Practically speaking, she helps clients look closely at the things that bother them most, and mine those trouble spots for insight and growth. It turns out you can access deep wisdom through the very things that drive you nuts. The process can be so surprising and powerful that it feels like magic.
Cory's coaching leads to a richer, more joyful experience of living. Clients may shift careers, improve personal relationships, dive into soul-satisfying hobbies, evolve in their spiritual lives, or all of the above. No matter what comes next, they'll know they can trust themselves and love their lives.
Learn more about Within Life Coaching offerings and sign up for Cory's mailing list at WithinLifeCoaching.com.