Dr. Catherine Moring, PhD, MCHES, RYT
Catherine is an experienced health professional with expertise in individual, community and worksite health. She has her PhD in health with an emphasis in health behavior, a master’s degree in health promotion, is a Master Certified Health Education Specialist (MCHES), a 200-hour Registered Yoga Teacher, and a Whole30 and Keto and Intermittent Fasting Certified Coach. She is the founder and Executive Director of the James C. Kennedy Wellness Center where she educates and supports people in making lifestyle and behavior changes. She is a lifestyle coach for the National Diabetes Prevention Program and an instructor for several other evidenced-based chronic disease and diabetes programs. Catherine provides individual health consults and various individual packages, an array of group-based options and enjoys teaching workshops, both in person and online.
She has over 10 years of experience teaching both groups and individuals and has helped over 2,000 people lose weight, improve health and thrive in life. She specializes in sustainable behavior change and helping individuals and families overcome health concerns, reduce stress and anxiety and reach optimal states of health and wellness. With a passion for teaching people how to heal from the inside out, she focuses on the whole person and all dimensions of wellness. Through her own struggle with addiction and overcoming an eating disorder, she has first-hand experience with the challenges many of us face when it comes to developing a healthy relationship with food, our bodies and ourselves. She is passionate about helping others on their journey to health, healing, happiness and freedom from poor lifestyle choices.
Jennifer Taylor, RN, CPT, SFN
Jennifer is a Licensed Registered Nurse, a Certified Health Coach, Certified Personal Trainer, Specialist in Fitness Nutrition, Keto and Intermittent Fasting Certified Coach, Group Fitness Instructor and POUND Group Fitness Instructor. She received her degree in Nursing from Holmes School of Nursing in 2000. Jennifer has worked in many fields as an R.N., including Medical Surgical care, Labor and Delivery, Home Health & Hospice Care, where she served as a Nursing Supervisor and Director of Patient Care and as an MDS Coordinator in Long Term Care. Jennifer, along with her husband Brady Taylor, developed TFITT Bootcamp, where they provide group fitness for many age groups.
Jennifer currently serves as the Assistant Director of Wellness for the James C. Kennedy Wellness Center. She provides one on one personal training, individual and group based coaching sessions, along with diabetic coaching sessions. She also provides group fitness instruction and leads worksite wellness programs. Jennifer is also a trained instructor for the Diabetes Empowerment Education Program, Chronic Disease Self-Management Program, Lifestyle Coach for the National Diabetes Prevention Program and provides instruction of the programs. Over the years, she has coached numerous individuals of all ages lose an untold amount of weight and change their lifestyles for the better.
With nearly 20 years as a Registered Nurse, Jennifer has seen first-hand how chronic disease can devastate a person’s health and wellbeing. Not only has she experienced this professionally, but also on a personal level. With a history of Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome, Jennifer helped herself overcome her condition with lifestyle change, including diet and exercise. It is her mission to educate and offer support for those individuals and families looking to change and improve their overall health and weight loss.
Delta Health Solutions Director of Nutrition
Brady Taylor, RDN, LD
Brady Taylor, RDN, LD is a registered licensed dietitian who has over 17 years of experience in the healthcare field using Medical Nutrition Therapy to help patients manage and reverse chronic diseases. He is a graduate of Mississippi State University completing both a Bachelor of Science in Human Sciences and Dietetic Internship. Brady has been a consultant dietitian for Nutrition Systems since 2002 and now serves as the Director of Clinical Services for Nutrition Systems where he supervises approximately 30 registered dietitians in over 125 healthcare facilities in Mississippi, Alabama, and Louisiana. Brady serves on the Nutrition Systems Board of Directors. In the past, Brady has worked for Baptist Memorial Hospital in Oxford, Mississippi as a clinical dietitian. Brady was recently elected to the position of President Elect of The Mississippi Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics and will serve for three years as President Elect, President and Past President. The Mississippi Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics is a state affiliate of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics with over 70,000 members nationally and over 750 registered dietitians in the state of Mississippi. Other elected and appointed positions include member of the Mississippi Licensure Council of Advisors for Dietitians Mississippi, Mississippi Assisted Living Facilities Association Board and the Nominating Committee for the Dietitians in Health Care Facilities Professional Practice Group. Brady serves as Delta Health Solutions Program Director where he is in charge of guiding clients through self-directed nutrition management to help them meet individual goals.