In pursuing her undergraduate studies Amber sought out course work through Wilkes University, Kings College, Hampshire College and the University of Massachusetts, Amherst College, John’s Hopkins University and Duke University. Amber graduated with High Honors in Biology from Mount Holyoke College in 2000 and worked at a the FDA’s Division of Hematology where her research was published in two peer-reviewed medical journals.
She received her certification as a Holistic Healthcare Practitioner in 2002 from the Washington Institute of Natural Medicine while also studying for her certification as a practitioner in Angel Therapy, Reiki, and Nutritional Consulting. She has apprenticed with Dr. Sylvester DeVaux, Naturopath and Reflexologist from St. Lucia and began seeing clients professionally in 2009. Amber currently teaches certification classes for the Washington Institute of Natural Medicine.
In addition, Amber has been a baccalaureate constituency member of Sigma Xi since 2000. Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society is the honor society of scientists and engineers that recognizes scientific achievement. Amber was nominated into membership because of her extensive reasearch done for her undergraduate thesis at the FDA's Division of Hematology in the field of blood substitutes.
Amber is very excited to share her knowledge and experience with her clients and students through her own wellness center that lives up to her exceptional standards of quality and integrity.