When she’s not in the office or classroom, you are likely to find Zoë walking her dog, Ori—her favorite form of exercise! An East Hampton native, she loves travel and exploring new places and foods. Having begun her career as a therapist, Zoë became a health coach after discovering that what she most enjoyed was helping her clients to improve their relationships with food and go on to lead happier, healthier lives. She’s been inspired by many people and books along the way, but one of her favorite wellness reads is “The Lean” by Kathy Freston; it’s packed full of real-life, practical tips and helpful information. Zoë earned her master's degree in Clinical Social Work from New York University, an Associate Certified Coach (ACC) credential through the International Coaching Federation, and her certification as a Holistic Health Coach through the Institute for Integrative Nutrition in NYC. Being able to help others, to leave the world a better place in some way, was what Zoë had always looked for in a career. Eager to work with an organization whose vision inspired and resonated so deeply with her, Zoë completed the Wellness Challenge and joined the Wellness Foundation team soon after. She feels incredibly lucky to work with colleagues who truly care about each other and the work that they do, and to be helping to play a part in empowering children and adults to claim their greatest health and happiness.