Stephanie Brown

Stephanie Brown

Expertise

Nutrition, Food

Education

University of Tennessee

Highlights

Experience

Stephanie Brown is a health and nutrition writer and avid home cook with an interest in using nutrition as a form of preventive care.

She also works as a nutrition educator at Allergic to Salad, an after-school program that teaches STEM-based cooking classes in New York City.

Throughout her career, Stephanie has worked as a culinary instructor helping students gain hands-on experience with cooking healthy recipes. She has also worked as a demo specialist at Whole Foods Market, where she created and shared nutritious recipes that can easily be recreated at home.

Education

Stephanie has a Bachelor of Science degree in Food and Nutrition from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. She earned her Didactic Program in Dietetics Certification from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville.

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