Catharine has helped me in so many ways! My muscle cramps, a side effect from chemo, are completely gone!!! So are my sinusitis and plantar fasciitis. My anxiety isn’t gone but most days I don’t feel nearly as anxious as I used to.
When I am consistent, I also notice improvement in my GERD, allergies, and dry eyes. It is amazing to me that when I am not consistent that some of these problems come back, especially my muscle cramps. It is then that I know that what Catharine has me doing really works!
I used to get very anxious after going to bed and couldn’t sleep, and then I’d get up and binge. I still do at times, but not as much as I used to. I have more weight to lose, but the 37 pounds I lost just seemed to melt away when I was able to stop resisting so much. At first I was frustrated by her non-diet approach, but Catharine is patient, full of knowledge, and gently persistent.
My boyfriend made just one consistent change and pretty quickly he started feeling better and has a lot less sciatic pain. What I appreciate most about Catharine is that she is “on my team”, positive, very kind, motivational, and genuinely cares about me and my health.
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Catharine Clark delivers by developing a strategic vision focused on execution. Clark has an approachable, engaging style and develops straightforward tactics. Nutritional Molecular Medicine (NMM) Improves Health at the molecular level. Meet Catharine
Blue Chip credentials:
- IBM: Strategy and Change Consultant – Delivered Wellness Program to the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD) for 650,000 Department of Defense (DoD) civilian employees worldwide.
- GE: Transformation Leader – informal Chief Operating Officer for Wealth and Income Management (WIM) with $4.2B in sales. Integration Leader – recognized by president for “flawless execution” in risky re-organizations. First to earn a Master Black Belt (MBB) in Six Sigma at GE Financial Assurance (GEFA).
- P&G: Extensive results in Change Management and Process Development. Rich background in the entire product life cycle, from upstream R&D finance, through logistics and sales, to the Customer’s shelf.
PhD-H in Nutritional Molecular Medicine
MS in Human Nutrition from the University of Bridgeport; graduated 6 months early; GPA 3.97 out of 4.0. Courses included: Clinical Epidemiology and Statistical Reasoning, Pathophysiology of Metabolic Disease, and Clinical Biochemistry.
National Institutes of Health (NIH): Enriched formal education with numerous didactic lectures and symposia at this prestigious research facility including; Demystifying Medicine; Diabetes, Obesity and Cardiovascular Disease (CVD); Management of Pro-Inflammatory States; Current Issues and Recent Developments in Dietary Supplements Research; and Vitamin D and Health in the 21st Century.
Nutrition Policy Fellow at the Office of Disease Prevention & Health Promotion (ODPHP) at the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS): Responsible for creating alignment between all HHS agencies (including NIH, FDA, CDC) and the USDA for all nutrition related Federal government publications. Co-sponsored by the Office of Dietary Supplements, participated in the Vitamin D Federal Working Group, which examined the efficacy of the current guidelines for Vitamin D.
Obesity Solutions, Treatment, and Medicine: The Institute of Medicine’s (IOM) Round table of Obesity Solutions Report and one-on-one discussions with key Round table members have informed Clark’s latest program offering. Catharine is excited to have recently attended Harvard Medical School’s Treating Obesity course and Obesity Medicine Board Review. Clark has conferred with several presenters and would like to help translate the vast body of research into practical applications for corporations, physicians, and individuals.
Interest Areas: Inflammation and Neuroinflammory Disorders; Eating Disorders, with particular focus on Obesity and Bingeing; Working with individuals with Multiple Chronic Conditions or a Dual-Diagnosis; Weight-loss Pharmacotherapy and unintended consequences of Weight-promoting medications; and Do’s and Donts of supplementation.
Executive Officer of a Publicly Traded Company:
- Chief Operating Officer and General Manager (GM) of International Divisions of The Boyds’ Collection, Ltd (a KKR Company): Utilized the Change Acceleration Process (CAP) to significantly improve operations across in all Operations departments this $115 MM company; developed strategy; and led sales restructure.