Lisa Sullivan, MS

Lisa Sullivan, MS

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Nutritionist, Corporate Health Educator

Expertise

Disease Management, Holistic Health, Nutrition, Supplements

Education

Simmons University, The University of Rhode Island

Highlights

I believe the cornerstone for optimal health begins with the understanding of evidence-based information that enables one to make informed healthcare decisions and lifestyle changes.

— Lisa Sullivan, MS

Experience

Lisa Sullivan, MS, is a nutritionist and a corporate health and wellness educator with nearly 20 years of experience in the healthcare industry. She previously managed large-scale, health-outcomes studies and published several medical research manuscripts regarding cardiovascular health, respiratory health, and informed medical decision making.

Education

Lisa received a Master of Science in nutrition and health promotion from Simmons University and a Bachelor of Art in psychology from the University of Rhode Island.

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