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Rosalyne Tu is the manager of BeWell’s screening and advising program, and a nutrition instructor and coach. Her approach to nutrition prioritizes enjoyment, structure, and tuning into what our bodies, while also incorporating basic principles around optimal nutrition. Rosalyne has completed intensive trainings in Ellyn Satter’s Division of Responsibility and How to Eat methods which has allowed her to expand her skills to support those who want to work towards an intuitive approach to eating – both for themselves and for their children.
As an undergrad at UC Berkeley, Rosalyne fell in love with nutrition and discovered one of her life’s purposes – to help people maintain their foundation of health through food. She graduated with a bachelor’s degree in nutritional science, completed a dietetic internship at Penn State, then earned a master’s degree in nutrition and applied physiology from Columbia University. Before coming to Stanford in 2011, Rosalyne worked as a clinical dietitian in hospitals such as NYU Langone and O’Connor Hospital, and for Public Health Departments in New York City and Santa Clara County.
Although a busy working parent of two young kids, when able, Rosalyne enjoys gardening, experimenting in the kitchen, and getting “me time” through any kind of physical movement.