The Team

Alene Baronian – MS, RDN, CSSD

Owner, Alene Baronian has been a registered dietitian for over 20 years. She has an undergraduate degree in Dietetics and Food Administration and a graduate degree in Health Education.

She has a plethora of experience including corporate wellness, community nutrition, clinical nutrition, health education and physical fitness. She is certified as a Corporate Wellness Specialist, ACE certified Health Coach, Adult Weight Management and Child Weight & Obesity Management. Alene is an active member of the Academy of Nutrition & Dietetics and belongs to the Sports, Cardiovascular and Wellness Nutrition, Weight Management & Nutrition Entrepreneurs Dietetic practice groups.

Her passion is Nutrition and Wellness. She feels the most effective way to impact her community is through nutrition education, wellness coaching and counseling.

Kiley Field

Kiley Field is a graduate from San Jose State University with a B.S in Nutritional Science with an emphasis in Sports Nutrition and a ACE Certified Health Coach.

While attending SJSU, Kiley competed for the Division I Gymnastics team. As a former student-athlete, Kiley understands the stress that training and exercise puts on the body and how important nutrition really is to performance. Kiley enjoys helping others achieve their goals and perform to the best of their abilities on and off the field.

Her passion is living a healthy and active lifestyle. She loves hiking, watching hockey, and relaxing at the lake. When Kiley is not working at Eat 2 Perform Inc. she coaches gymnastics as a way to stay involved in the sport she fell in love with as a child.

Elana Schulman

Elana is an undergraduate at UC Davis earning her B.S. in Clinical Nutrition with the intention of becoming registered dietitian. 

After taking a digital photography and media class in high school, Elana fell in love with graphic design. She has continued to build upon this interest in college both through personal projects and promotion of public health. 

Elana enjoys learning about how people think and process information, especially regarding motivation. She hopes to use this understanding to contribute to creating a society with better physical and mental health.

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