Education & Experience

Previously competing in half and full marathons, Crossfit, track and field, soccer, and as a rower for The Ohio State University, Katelyn has dedicated most of her life to the sports world. After numerous knee surgeries and a spinal fracture, Katelyn found a passion for nutrition and how food can be used as a tool to help prevent and repair injuries, as well as improve physical performance and health.


Katelyn has achieved both an undergraduate and graduate degree in Nutrition and Dietetics from Kent State University, as well as completed 1,550 hours of supervised practice in her pursuit of becoming a registered dietitian. Throughout her internship experiences at Cleveland Clinic Akron General Hospital, Kent State University Department of Athletics, and many other sites, she has realized that nutrition should not just be used as a reactive treatment, but as a proactive necessity to achieving overall health and wellness.


Katelyn's goals with her future clients are to figure out the "why" behind their eating habits, increasing her clients' overall knowledge of basic nutrition, and working together to create a list of individual nutrition goals that ultimately leads to better performance - in and out of the gym. Katelyn uses intuitive eating principles and a nonjudgmental approach to help develop practical and sustainable lifelong nutrition habits and will never tell anyone that any food is off limits!

Get to know Katelyn

Q: If you could only eat one meal the rest of your life, what would it be?

A: Chicken fajitas!


Q: If you could be a professional athlete, what sport would you choose?

A: Soccer! I played for about 13 years before all of my knee surgeries.


Q: What's the best piece of advice you have ever been given? 

A: "They didn't have to." It serves as a humble reminder to appreciate and acknowledge all of the things other people do for me from the goodness of their heart, and to inspire me to do the same for others.