Rachel Brown, RD, LDN

Rachel Brown is a Registered Dietitian who is passionate about nutrition education and using it to guide clients toward a healthier lifestyle. She strives to support her clients every step of the way through their nutrition journey, as both a strong teacher and cheerleader to keep them motivated to meet their nutrition goals.

Rachel specializes in weight management, diabetes, heart health, general wellness, and tube feeding. She also enjoys working with clients with hypothyroidism, kidney disease, and PCOS.

Rachel earned her undergraduate degree in Dietetics at James Madison University and completed her Dietetic Internship with a focus in Nutrition Education at Keene State College. In her career, she has worked in a variety of medical settings including hospitals, long-term care facilities, and outpatient weight loss centers. She created a series of classes on Heart Healthy Nutrition practices, and continues to search for new projects to improve nutrition care for her clients.


  • Weight Management
  • Cancer
  • Heart Health
  • Kidney Disease
  • Hypothyroidism
  • Tube Feeding
  • Diabetes
  • PCOS
  • Pediatrics




  • Certificate of Training in Obesity Interventions
  • Registered Dietitian Nutritionist
  • Licensed Dietitian Nutritionist
Memberships for Kerr


  • Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics
Kerr attributes


  • Volume Based Tube Feeding Protocol in the Intensive Care Unit
  • Runner-up for the Margaret D. Simko Award for Excellence

More About Rachel Brown

Rachel wanted to be a Registered Dietitian since she was in high school. Growing up, she experienced many of her family members struggling with conditions that required nutrition education and support. Her father was diagnosed with a later stage cancer when she first started middle school and her grandparents all were diagnosed with chronic diseases including diabetes, stroke, and obesity. She was determined to be part of the medical field to help people like her own family and believed that nutrition was the key to treating the cause of many diseases.

Rachel grew up in Maryland through high school and then moved to Virginia and New Hampshire to complete her education in Dietetics. When she was ready to sit for the dietitian credentialing exam, she moved back to Maryland to become a practitioner in her home state.

Rachel is a health enthusiast and embraces the importance of good nutrition and physical activity in her own life. She likes to go on long runs, lift weights at the gym, and create new, healthy meals. However, most of her free time is spent hanging out with her dog Dennis and watching movies.