Future of Vermont Summit Remarks

At this year’s Future of Vermont Summit organized by the Vermont Council on Rural Development, I had the honor to be one of the opening speakers for the second day of the conference. I was asked to share my vision. Below are my remarks: *** I am constantly in awe and thankful for all that […]

AIP Can & Can’t Dos

Long story short, I have been following a strict autoimmune protocol diet (AIP) since July 2019. The point of eating this way is to cut out any dietary causes of inflammation. Inflammation is at the root of so many medical issues, including autoimmune disorders. When I slip up and eat anything from the “Cannot Do” […]

Vermont Business Magazine Rising Stars Class of 2020

Vermont Business Magazine is proud to announce the winners of its Rising Stars recognition award. The list is composed of 40 winners under the age of 40. Award recipients were selected by a panel of judges for their commitment to business growth, professional excellence and involvement in their communities. “We are thrilled by the response to […]

AIP Pizza

The hardest recipes to recreate when following ingredient and/or carbohydrate restrictive guidelines are baked and comfort foods. The following recipes allowed me to create a pizza that is not only passable, but addictive (but keep in mind that I haven’t had anything close for over a year, haha). These recipes are safe for any of […]

Monique Priestley: State college excellent at personal, professional development

This Commentary was featured on VTDigger in a post on 02.05.2020. Editor’s note: This commentary is by Monique Priestley of Bradford, who is a graduate of NVU-Lyndon. She telecommutes for her job as director of digital for CampusCE Corporation in Seattle, Washington, and serves as executive director for The Space On Main. Our state college […]