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Throughout various careers in the fields of travel, culinary arts, and design, Sue has always been interested in health and wellness. The opportunity to live abroad in Tokyo, Hong Kong, and the U.K. resulted in a dramatic shift in her food focus, and provided a new perspective on lifestyle practices that enhance wellness. The meat, cheese, and butter of classic French cuisine were replaced with more plant-based options, and aerobic activities made room for yoga, qi gong, and meditation.
Sue started sharing tips with friends and family and soon realized that she wanted to make health counseling her new career. Certification from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition launched her practice in 2012, and she continues to study holistic techniques with experts such as James Gordon from The Center for Mind-Body Medicine.
Sue presents workshops on health and nutrition and works with individuals and groups to help them achieve their wellness goals. Increasing the public’s awareness of healthier food options in the community is important to her; she’s a Board member of the Westport Farmers’ Market, and writes articles on wellness for health-related websites.
Volunteer activities include serving as a docent at the Asia Society and a dog adoption counselor at a local shelter. Her leisure time is spent traveling, biking, and hiking.