Carin works in innovative health research, communication & digital media production at the Informed Medical Decision Making Foundation. She recently relocated back to Boston from New York, where she worked in health care research and patient education in women’s and pediatric health. Drawing on past experience working in TV production for NBC and ABC in Los Angeles and video projects in New York City, she is now working on personal projects with a focus on cooking locally grown nutritious food to stamp out hunger, prevent disease and live a healthier life. Carin has had an interest in wine for over 15 years which was ignited by a trip she was awarded to visit Robert Mondavi, Sterling and Mirassou wineries in the Napa Valley, CA. She has a BA in Psychology, with a Minor in Asian Studies, and attended Mailman School of Public Health at Columbia University.