Holli is also the personality and face for the movie Healthy Town Detroit. The movie was produced by Bill Couzens for Next Generation Choices Foundation, the organization is also known for it's global flagship campaign Less Cancer.
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Middleburg, VA (PRWEB) March 7, 2011
Holli Thompson, spokesperson for the movie Healthy Town Detroit and Less Cancer, spoke at the prestigious Foxcroft School this past Friday, March 4, 2011 in Middleburg, Virginia to discuss her career highlights.
Thompson a nutrition-health guru and coach is the founder-owner of Nutritional Style. With stints as a top executive for peerless companies like Chanel Inc. and Tiffany & Co, Thompson comes well prepared to coach leaders with personal challenges to include fitness and weight loss.
Holli has dedicated herself to the study of achieving health through nutrition and is a Certified Holistic Health Counselor. She has trained at the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, accredited by SUNY Purchase College, and Cornell University. Holli is also a Certified Raw Food Chef and has attended the Natural Gourmet Cooking School and is skilled in the art of healthy gourmet cooking. Now Holli helps community and business leaders discover their own unique nutrition styles. Thanks to her professional background and extensive training, she is uniquely qualified to mentor top-tier executives and philanthropists in overcoming health challenges and restoring energy.
Holli is also the personality and face for the movie Healthy Town Detroit. The movie was produced by Bill Couzens for Next Generation Choices Foundation, the organization is also known for its global flagship campaign Less Cancer. Healthy Town Detroit, which premiered in Detroit has had two showings on Capital Hill among other showings -the movie can now be found on iTunes. Healthy town as an extension of the Less Cancer Campaign creates and dispenses educational tools and advocates for partnerships with communities for promoting Healthy Town models for healthy choices. Couzens has also been the driving force for Virginia is Less Cancer for Resolution SJ 358 passed February 3, 2011 in the Virginia State Senate naming February 4, 2011, and every succeeding February 4, as Cancer Prevention Day in the state of Virginia.
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