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Thrive Nutrition-Boston, tailored nutrition programs meeting online and in-person, met in 2009 while completing their dietetic internships at the Harvard Medical School affiliated Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC). " />
Sara and Orianna, SpoonForkDietitians & Co-Founders of Thrive Nutrition-Boston, tailored nutrition programs meeting online and in-person, met in 2009 while completing their dietetic internships at the Harvard Medical School affiliated Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC).
Trina Robertson is a registered dietitian with a master’s degree in sports nutrition. As a Project Manager with the Dairy Council of California, Trina develops, evaluates and promotes nutrition education programs for students and adults.
Her most rewarding accomplishment is that her 9- and 11 year-old sons are proud mom is a dietitian and have a diverse palette; they enjoy eating everything from Korean to Italian to Great-Grandma’s classic dishes.
She has previously served as a nutritionist for the Women, Infant Children federal program and Head Start. Currently, she also works with her local PTA to promote good nutrition to students and families and with the Orange County Health Care Agencies Rethink Your Drink campaign.