Primary Education:

David Winston’s Therapeutics Program (2022-2023): Deeper study into clinical practice and herbal, nutritional, and lifestyle protocols for specific indications. Emphasis is made on proper intake protocol and formulation during supervised clinical hours. Currently Enrolled.

David Winston’s Center for Herbal Studies (2020-2022): Approximately 780 hours of study covering materia medica, diagnostics, Traditional Chinese Medicine, botany, phytochemistry, herbal pharmacy, formulation, client intake, and more.

Marlboro College (2012-2016): BA in Plant Chemical Ecology & Visual Art. My studies focused on plant biochemistry and ethnobotany. In my thesis, I reviewed the impact plant domestication has had on the relationships between plants and their environment, and how plant allelochemicals have influenced the relationships we have formed with plants as foods, medicines, and dyes.


Mentorship with Kerry Adams, RH AHG, ABT, NCCAOM: One-on-one mentorship with Registered Herbalist Kerry Adams to grow and sharpen my clinical skills. Ongoing (began August 2022).

Additional Noteworthy Education

Dr. Aviva Romm’s Herbal Medicine for Women (18 month course. Expected to complete the program in 2023): Specialized education in herbal medicine for women during puberty, pregnancy, through menopause instructed by Aviva Romm MD. Currently Enrolled.

In addition, I have taken Medicine Making at the Chestnut School of Herbal Medicine, Taste of Herbs with Rosalee de la Foret, and short-term courses with herbalists such as Paul Bergner & Tammi Sweet, and have attended multiple workshops and lectures throughout the years at herbal conferences and with the American Herbalist Guild. I am affiliated with the American Herbalist Guild and am working towards becoming a Registered Herbalist (this is a process!).

I also have three seasons’ worth of small-scale organic farming experience and two years experience professional gardening/landscaping.

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