Kelly Toups joined Oldways in 2014 to promote whole grains and healthy cultural food traditions. A registered dietitian by training, Kelly graduated from the University of Texas with BS in nutrition, and completed her dietetic internship through the University of Texas coordinated program. Kelly also holds a Masters degree in Gastronomy from Boston University, with a concentration in food policy.
Kelly’s passion for delicious and nutritious food developed after studying the Mediterranean diet in Sicily, and interning at the global headquarters of Whole Foods Market. Before joining Oldways, Kelly helped research Frances Moore Lappé’s 2015 book, World Hunger: Ten Myths, and also managed an award winning healthy eating program for Boston College Dining Services.
Contact Kelly Toups at 617-896-4884