Meet Our Chapter Leaders
Kathy Lynch was trained as a health coach and continues to study issues of health extensively. Kathy’s passion for nutrition and wellness led her to work as a nutrition consultant coaching, teaching, writing and speaking to inform the public about the tie between nutrition and health. Kathy is a featured author in Health: Mind, Body, Soul and Loving Mama: Essays on Natural Parenting and Motherhood. Kathy led a Weston A. Price Foundation chapter for several years in Southern California before moving to Massachusetts and launching the Westford chapter in January 2016. Kathy takes the lead on planning monthly events and publicizing them through various community, website, and newsletter venues. An avid, award-winning gardener, Kathy is a member of the Westford Garden Club.
“I look forward to meeting others in and around Westford who care about the foods they eat that have a direct impact on their health. I wish to support those who have an interest in sourcing, providing, and offering healthy foods, especially gardeners and farmers with healthful, sustainable practices. Linda and I welcome you to this community of nutrition enthusiasts.”
Linda C. Cox, the mother of four adult children and three grandchildren, has extensive experience with special needs as her youngest son has autism and complex medical needs. Her current job is Program Coordinator for Home First, a Division of Horace Mann Educational Associates (HMEA). She supports families in their homes who have family members diagnosed with chronic, potentially life threatening medical conditions requiring skilled nursing assessments. Linda’s health coach certification, through the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, has helped her assist families at work and as a Weston A. Price Foundation chapter co-leader. Linda enjoys assisting the community in understanding the impact traditional foods have on positive outcomes for healthier families.
“I’m proud to be a Weston A. Price Foundation Chapter Leader with Kathy Lynch in Westford, Massachusetts where I have raised my children for the past 30 years. We look forward to making a connection with you as our WAPF Chapter grows! Wishing you ‘Mindful Nourishment!’”