Maria Rivera-Trudeau, MBA
Maria has spent her career in the healthcare field, first as a medical technologist in the hospital environment and then as a lead health communication specialist at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, GA, from where she retired. She and her husband maintain a gluten-free kitchen where they test gluten-free recipes and convert their favorites to gluten-free variations. Maria has been gluten free since 2001 and her husband since 2009.
Susan Lockhart, PhD
Susan worked for more than 30 years in public health as a health educator, spending 10 of those years at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia (US). She is now retired and enjoying a wide range of interests. Susan is a Fall 2010 graduate of the Ballymaloe Cookery School, Shanagarry, Co Cork, Ireland, which promotes eating in season and from the garden. She has been gluten free since 2005 and her life is full of "teachable moments" about gluten intolerance.
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We are two former professional health communication and health education specialists who have turned our years of experience into helping others find accurate, reliable and inspiring information about how to live gluten free.
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