Lorie Roman

Dr. Lorie Roman is an entrepreneur who owns her own Functional Medicine practice, FoodScript, LLC  since 2011 in the North Tampa area.

Additionally, she holds a fee basis position at Bay Pines VA Medical Center in St. Petersburg, Florida where she completed her pharmacy practice residency in 1998. She specialized in disease-state management of diabetes, hypertension, lipids and anticoagulation for 15 yrs.

She is a graduate of Mercer University School of Pharmacy, completed several integrative nutrition certificate programs with NOVA Southeastern College of Pharmacy and is currently working on CCN credentialing.

As owner of FoodScript, she promotes food sensitivity awareness and educates her patients on a clinical level utilizing dietary food antigen testing and recommending pharmaceutical grade supplements.  Her primary focus is pediatric nutrition, autoimmune support and preconception health.  She additionally offers pharmacogenetic testing and vitamin D level optimization.  www.foodscript.info

She is a member of the Institute of Functional Medicine and ACN.

Dr. Roman has presented at Nova Southeastern College of Pharmacy Certificate programs and is a preceptor with Belmont University College of Pharmacy.

Lindsey Elmore

Dr. Lindsey Elmore is a speaker, author, and world-renowned wellness expert.  She translates complicated science into understandable stories, and travels the world educating audiences about natural wellness. 

Dr. Elmore obtained an undergraduate degree in chemistry from the University of Alabama, Birmingham and a doctorate in pharmacy from the University of California San Francisco. She completed her first-year post-doctoral residency in pharmacy practice at Princeton Baptist Medical Center in Birmingham, AL and her second-year specialty residency in ambulatory care at New Hanover Regional Medical Center in Wilmington, NC.  She is a Board-Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist and licensed to practice in three states. She is a Certified 250-hour vinyasa, yin, and Aroma Yoga® Instructor, an Aroma Freedom practitioner, and the creator of the Clean Slate Cleanse.  

Dr. Elmore has spoken to audiences on five continents and more than 30 countries.  Her educational materials have been translated into more than 25 languages. She is the author of Essentials: 75 Answers to Common Questions about Essential Oils and Supplements, and the Clean Slate Cleanse Cookbook and Workbook series. She is published in a wide variety of pharmacy and medical journals, and has been quoted in Bustle, Elite Daily, Reader’s Digest, Yahoo News, Parade, MSN, Brit + Co, Business Insider and more. She has been featured on news segments on NBC, ABC, CBS, Fox, CW, and the Daily Buzz. 

Dr. Elmore reaches millions on social media. Her Facebook content reaches more than 85 countries, and more than 15 million minutes of education have been watched on Facebook alone. 

From all of her travels and diverse learnings, she created The Club, a hub for health, wellness, and business education. She has more than 200 videos on essential oils and supplements inside The Club, teaches exclusive live events online regularly, and constantly creates content requested by her audience. Join Dr. Elmore on her journey: @lindseyelmore on Facebook and Instagram and online at www.lindseyelmore.com. You can also follow along with her gluten-free, vegan foodstagram @cleanslatecleanse on Instagram and @thecleanslatecleanse on Facebook.

Lauren Castle

Lauren Castle, PharmD, MS completed her Doctor of Pharmacy from Ohio Northern University in 2013 and her Masters of Science in Functional Medicine and Human Nutrition from the University of Western States in 2018.

Lauren currently works as a Market Health and Wellness Director for Walmart and social media champion. She is also the founder of the Functional Medicine Pharmacists Alliance at FMPhA.org, whose mission is to integrate pharmacists into the practice of Functional Medicine, and Functional Medicine into the profession of pharmacy.

Lara Zakaria

Lara Zakaria is a Pharmacist and Clinical Nutritionist specializing in Functional Medicine. Combining her background in pharmacy and training in Functional Nutrition, Lara designs personalized protocols that incorporate whole food, herbs, nutrigenomics/pharmacogenomics, medication history, and lifestyle modification to optimize patient health outcomes.

Lara’s passion for nutrition and Functional Medicine began when she realized her pharmacy practice was full of patients frustrated with their growing list medications and declining health.

After 15 years in community pharmacy, Lara was craving a more holistic approach to patient care. She decided to pursue her passion for nutrition and personalized medicine – first by earning a Master of Science in Clinical Nutrition from the University of Bridgeport, and then pursuing Institute for Functional Medicine (IFM) training and certification.

Lara is founder of Foodie Farmacist, LLC , a consulting company focused on delivering patient-centered Functional Medicine care to manage chronic conditions including metabolic and autoimmune disease. Her focus is split between direct patient practice and professional development programs for Functional Medicine professionals.

Jenna W. Clack

After watching so many patients being failed by the current system, I felt that it was time to return to the basics: the patient, the practitioners, the pharmacist. Together, we can create a team to better serve the health and overall wellbeing of our patients’ unique needs through tailor-made, individualized service.

After over a decade of pharmaceutical experience, it has become evident to me that there is the possibility of a middle ground between pharmaceutical drugs and a more balanced approach that combines scientific advancements in more natural ways. We know too much to ignore the right way to care for patients.

With my extensive experience in bio-identical hormone therapy, compounding, and MTM counseling, I believe that we can work towards helping our patients achieve healthier, happier lives.

Frank Bodnar

Dr. Frank Bodnar is a licensed chiropractor in the states of Wisconsin and Illinois and Brand Manager at Ortho Molecular Products. He holds a Doctorate of Chiropractic from Palmer College of Chiropractic, and Master of Science degree, magna cum laude, in Human Nutrition from the University of Bridgeport. He is certified in Sports Nutrition from the International Society of Sports Nutrition (CISSN), and is also a certified CrossFit Trainer (CF-L1). He resides in the Chicago area with his wife and two children.

Beth Ann Davenport

Dr. Beth Ann Davenport, PharmD, AFMCP is a clinical pharmacist turned Functional Medicine Wellness Consultant. She curates customized Functional Medicine wellness plans to optimize patient’s physical, mental, and spiritual health by addressing daily structure, nutrition, hydration, movement, stress management, and sleep.

Beth Ann is a graduate of University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (2010) and began her career as a pharmacy manager for Target Pharmacy upon graduation. She transitioned into a clinical position for Kroger Pharmacy three years later, focusing on Medication Therapy Management, routine and travel immunizations, biometric screenings and health coaching services covering 13 of Kroger’s 28 pharmacies in Arkansas. 

Following the birth of her second child and then adoption of her third just months later, Beth Ann began studying natural and alternative medicine to improve her own health. After incorporating these principles into both her life and work, she discovered the discipline of Functional Medicine and quickly realized her home state, one of the least healthy in the nation, had a tremendous need for the information she was learning. She founded Prescription Wellness, a Functional Medicine wellness consultation company in 2018, offering individual, group, and corporate wellness consultations in addition to pharmacogenomic, nutrigenomic, and food sensitivity testing. 

Abbi Linde

Dr. Abbi Linde graduated from University of Miami – Florida is 2007 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry and a minor in Psychology and then returned to the Midwest and graduated from UW-Madison with a PharmD in 2011. During pharmacy school, she participated in an independent study that combined motivational interviewing and nutrition (the beginning of her health coaching interest) and professed a desire to be the pharmacist that gets patients off their meds. 

As she practiced as a pharmacist, she watched her patients getting sicker and sicker. She also saw her own health deteriorate after having two children and experienced extreme fatigue, headaches, and mood changes. This was a turning point for her and kicked off a journey that began with finding non toxic cleaning solutions and continues to this day!

Dr. Linde became a Certified Health Coach after attending The Institute for Integrative Nutrition. This program focused on the lifestyle aspects of health: relationships, movement, spirituality, and career. These key factors continue to be important components of making lasting lifestyle changes. Becoming a Primal Health Coach next exposed her to the concept of ancestral health; this is based on the examination of our evolutionary history for clues about how to live our optimal lives in the modern world. 

Most recently, she is pursuing a certification through the Institute for Functional Medicine. This is what has driven her to transform her pharmacy in Beaver Dam into a Wellness Center. It will be a central site (as part of a grocery store – Food is medicine!) where clients will go to get truly healthy, as opposed to staying sick. As a pharmacist, we support patients in “managing” their chronic conditions. My true passion is to educate them about the possibility of preventing or reversing these chronic lifestyle conditions. My goal is to help patients find a way of eating and living that is just right for each individual by taking genetics, history, culture, stress, sleep, nutrition and fitness into account. By integrating the principles of ancestral health and functional medicine, she can support my clients in using food as medicine to really live their best lives.