is a Registered Dietitian who received her undergraduate degree from the University of Maryland, College
Park. After graduating, she started offer her career providing care for The Special Supplemental
Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC). As a WIC nutritionist, she conducted large-group
nutrition education classes and private nutrition counseling for high health risk women and children. After gaining valuable experience, Pamela eventually moved on and became involved
with nutrition research for the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA),
playing a large role in various studies, many of which national dietary recommendations are
based upon. Since then, she has
completed her Dietetic Internship through the Iowa State University nationwide
program, training at various hospitals, such as Medstar St. Mary’s Hospital in
Maryland and Children’s National Hospital in Washington, DC. Pamela's advanced background has given her the tools and education necessary to provide evidence-based recommendations and appropriate
medical nutrition therapy to patients with varying health goals and disorders.
Specialties: She specializes in Weight Loss/Management, Pre/postnatal nutrition, Heart Disease, GI disorders and Kidney disorders.
Affiliations: Pamela is an active member of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, GNYDA and the NYC Nutrition Education Network. Her experience with the USDA has taught and propels her to keep abreast of current research in the constantly evolving field of nutrition.
Personal Interests: Pamela eats,
breathes, and sleeps nutrition. When not reading the newest nutrition journals,
you’ll likely find her experimenting and cooking in the kitchen. As a New York
City transplant, nothing makes her happier than to spend a weekend at the Union
Square farmers market, collecting fresh, seasonal produce and creating a
nutritious recipe. Pamela also loves to stay physically active, frequently
joining yoga and spin classes and training towards one day running a marathon.