Meg joined the Harvard Sports Medicine team and Harvard University Health Services in 2013 as the sports dietitian. She has also been working with the Harvard University community since 2005 as a personal trainer and spinning instructor at the University’s recreation facilities. Beyond Harvard, Meg teaches a sports nutrition course at the Institute of Rowing Leadership at Community Rowing, Inc. in Brighton, and a small private practice.
Meg is a graduate of Skidmore College, with a BS in exercise science. While attending Skidmore she rowed all four years. She also has an MS in Nutrition & Health Promotion from Simmons College and completed her dietetic internship at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, a Harvard teaching hospital. She is also a board certified sports dietitian (CSSD), which is the premier professional sports nutrition credential.
She is a registered and licensed dietitian. Meg’s clinical interests include gastrointestinal diseases and sports performance.
Meg resides outside of Boston and spends her free time with her daughter, husband and black lab, Luna.
Members' attitudes towards corporate sponsorship of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Journal of Hunger and Environmental Nutrition, 2012: 7:149–164.
Effects of plyometric training vs. traditional weight training on strength, power and aesthetic jumping ability in female collegiate dancers. Journal of Dance Medicine & Science, 2007; 11(2):38-44.