Margaret “Meg” McCleary RN, BSN is a 25 year‐old native of Massachusetts and a proud alumna of Georgetown University, class of 2009. Meg grew up in a health conscious household as her mother is an RN and marathon runner, and her father is an ex‐NFL football player. Wellness was ingrained in Meg’s DNA.
She came to Washington, DC to study Nursing and Health Studies at Georgetown University, fell in love with DC and has stayed a resident since. Meg is a Registered Nurse with a Bachelors of Science of Nursing. Currently she works as a staff nurse at Georgetown University Hospital in the Neuroscience Intensive Care Unit, which specializes in Neurosurgery and as a Stroke Center. She is ACLS and BLS certified and is currently
pursuing her CCRN. Since her undergraduate education she has passionately
studied nutrition, holistic health care, and psychology.
Meg suffered from an eating disorder (anorexia nervosa) 2005‐2008, and received intensive medical, nutritional and psychological treatment. Through her recovery, she not only gained weight but also a newfound appreciation for life and a vast knowledge of nutrition and its effects on the body, mind and soul. Both emotional and physical healing brought Meg to a place of contentment with her body, eating habits and exercise. She now passionately practices Yoga, meditation, vegetarianism and self love to lead a healthy, balanced and happy life. She continues to pursue her love of health and self-nourishment as a Wellness Consultant for BB&R Consulting. Meg hopes to help people develop a healthy relationship with food, and in turn, nourish the mind, body and soul.