Lahana Vigliano, Founder + CEO
Lahana Vigliano is the CEO of Thrival Nutrition and a board certified clinical nutritionist. She holds a Bachelor of Nutrition Science degree and is currently pursuing a Master of Nutrition Science. Thrival Nutrition was founded to help women feed their families healthier, while taking care of themselves using food as medicine. Gut health + hormones are her jam, as many symptoms show imbalances in these two areas of our body. She is obsessed with natural remedies, research, reading, weight lifting, and cooking. Outside of work, she is a mother of two and wife. Her family is the inspiration behind Thrival and continues to encourage her through everything. Learn more about Lahana here.
Doug Vigliano, CFO
Doug is CFO of Thrival Nutrition + husband of Lahana! Doug's role is vital as he doesn't just focus on business finances and budgeting, but also long-term business growth planning to keep Thrival Nutrition growing in a positive direction. He also leads behind-the-scenes work on our supplement line and Amazon sales. Without him, we would not have our systems in place.
Karissa Cutler, BS, CPT
Karissa is a Nutritionist and Certified Personal Trainer. She graduated with BS in Nutrition and Dietetics, and went on to obtain her personal training certificate soon after. She knows it’s important to focus on the whole body to lead a healthy lifestyle. Karissa is passionate about ensuring her clients understand their own bodies and recognize they are unique to help them achieve their goals. Her love for both nutrition and exercise allows her clients access to a plethora of knowledge to help them heal their body in the way that’s just right for them.
Beth Jameson, RDN, LD
A registered and licensed dietitian, Beth earned a B.S. in dietetics and completed a dietetic internship at Iowa State University. After working in a variety of specialties within the hospital, she earned a Master’s Degree in Education from Depaul University. Beth is passionate about helping people feel their best through nutrition intervention. She believes each person is unique and should approach health individually through lifestyle changes that foster whole health. This includes eating real food and herbs, exercising regularly, maintaining spiritual connectedness, and helping people discover they can cook healthy meals for the entire family in spite of constraints with time, budget or picky eaters.