Cheryl Gray, RD

is a registered dietitian and a natural leader who inspires others with her passion for individualized nutrition, functional medicine, and wellness.

She graduated at the top of her class from Colorado State University with a degree in Human Nutrition and Dietetics and completed her clinical internship at the University of California, San Francisco Medical Center.  She went on to serve as Chief Clinical Dietitian for the Motion Picture Television Hospital in Los Angeles, CA, and consulted with several long-term care facilities in Southern California.  With over 20 years experience, Cheryl has worked in the nutraceutical industry for leading such illustrious companies as Metagenics, Pharmax, and Thorne Research, where she educated physicians on the value of nutrition and functional medicine principles. Her focus has been on teaching others to restore optimal health and wellness by correcting the underlying cause of disease.

In 2001 Cheryl founded and worked as Executive Director on the highly successful Functional Medicine Forum (FMF), the first of it's kind in Colorado using her leadership skills to create a series of monthly educational lectures to teach health-care providers  the science-based principles of functional medicine.  As a gifted visionary, Cheryl used the forum to bring these principles to the forefront and created a solid community of educated practitioners committed to attending this venue on a regular basis.

Cheryl also produced the internationally recognized Seeds of Doubt Conferences, a series of unique one-day conferences which examined the detrimental effects of GMOs on our health and the environment. This series of conferences presented the latest compelling research from leading experts around the world and brought to the forefront the importance of educating practitioners and their patients of the growing concerns of toxicity worldwide.

Cheryl recently Co-Chaired the “Right to Know Colorado–GMO” campaign, an initiative working to get genetically modified foods labeled in the State of Colorado. Currently, she consults with corporations, physicians and other healthcare providers to assist them in incorporating functional & environmental medicine into their practice model.