Bunny Foxhoven, RDN CDCES

Program Manager, Coach / Business Development Lead

Bunny manages Healthbreak’s Coaching programs and solutions and is the lead producer for the Health Solutions suite of wellness services. Her passion of teaching people how to live their healthiest life is a perfect fit where the Healthbreak team benefits from her leadership and clients benefit from her ability to bring tangible and achievable solutions to their wellness programs. Bunny began her career over 32 years ago as a Registered Dietitian and built a practice in the Denver Metro area teaching in the corporate and health care setting. Most recently she managed a large group of dietitians in various clinical settings and promoted a robust diabetes reversal program.

She earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Clinical Nutrition with an emphasis in sports nutrition and psychology from Colorado State University and her RDN from Indiana University Purdue University at Indianapolis Medical Center. Outside of work, Bunny enjoys hiking in the mountains with her husband and dogs, cycling, wake surfing and water skiing.

Why do you love your chosen profession?

Guiding people in making decisions that will positively affect their lives brings me great joy. I started with nutrition counseling and moved to mentoring others in their careers and building relationships and connections in the wellness world.  I believe that when we prioritize taking care of our minds and bodies, we can live a more fulfilled and whole lifestyle. I know that balance is key to living a sustainable, healthy lifestyle, and I focus on finding that balance with my clients through my training, experience and supporting their goals.

What is your superpower?

Listening to the needs of colleagues and clients and finding or creating solutions that work. Some say it is more of a curse than a superpower. Meaning: You probably shouldn’t complain to me unless you want your problem solved. You never know what someone else is going through, so I love to spread the light wherever I go.