Registered Dietitian/Nutritionist

Elizabeth has 30 years of experience in helping people to improve their health through lifestyle modification involving nutrition and fitness. She specializes in diabetes care and possesses comprehensive knowledge and experience in diabetes prevention, prediabetes, type 1 and type 2 diabetes.  Throughout her career, she has assisted clients in a wide variety of issues, including weight management, fitness, cardiovascular and kidney health, diabetes, and prenatal nutrition. She says she truly enjoys meeting with guests to learn where they are in their health and wellness journey and is passionate about supporting their needs. She believes that food should nourish our body, be pleasing to our palate, and absolutely enjoyed!

Her past experience includes working as an RDN and diabetes educator at the University of Florida’s Diabetes Center of Excellence; working as a clinical exercise physiologist in cardiac rehabilitation at Hilton Head Hospital, and prior to joining H3 she served as Program Coordinator of the hospital’s ADA Recognized Diabetes Education Program.

Here at H3 Elizabeth teaches a variety of nutrition classes, meets with guests for individual health and nutrition consultations and assists our culinary team to ensure that we practice what we teach. In addition, you may see her teaching a treading class or leading guests on a nature walk!

Credentials/Certifications

  • Master of Exercise and Sports Sciences - University of Florida
  • Bachelor of Science in Dietetics - University of Texas at Austin
  • Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN)
  • Certified Diabetes Care and Education Specialist®(CDCES)
  • Certified insulin pump/product trainer for MiniMed Medtronic, Tandem Diabetes Care, Insulet Omnipod Insulin Management system, as well as, Dexcom.

Fun Fact

“I was a gymnast and grew up around Quarter Horses, so as a kid I fantasized about becoming a trick rider. In college, I had the amazing experience of cheering at the University of Texas which is ironic because I used to be really shy.”