President & Co-Owner
Marsha has been a guiding force at Green Mountain at Fox Run since 1986. In addition to overseeing a professional program that helps women establish sustainable approaches to healthy living, she is a respected thought leader when it comes to managing eating, emotions and weight. She has been a voice of reason for the last three decades in helping people move away from diets, an area in which she is personally as well as professionally versed.
ALAN H. WAYLER
Executive Director & Co-Owner
After receiving his doctorate in Nutritional Biochemistry and Metabolism, Alan followed a traditional path of academic teaching, research and consulting. In 1983, Alan was invited to join Green Mountain at Fox Run as executive director and has served in that role for the past 33 years. Alan understood the true value of Green Mountain’s alternative approach and has been the driving force that has kept the non-diet philosophy front and center as an alternative to the faddism and quick fix promises of diets and dieting.
Chief Clinical Director
Having struggled with binge eating and weight stigma herself, Kari’s professional career is driven by a personal passion. She’s been working with eating disorders for 25 years, with emphasis on Binge Eating Disorder. Kari connects with individuals on a very real and compassionate level.
Anne brings more than 20 years of experience designing, coaching, and managing wellness programs. Her philosophy of strengthening the connections among clients’ minds, hearts and bodies fits perfectly with Green Mountain’s philosophy of lasting change through comprehensive, integrative health programming.
Fitness Manager & L.I.F.E Coach
Experienced in several fields including physical therapy, chiropractic and emergency medicine, and certified as a Fitness Professional and Life / Wellness Coach through ACSM, AFAA, AAAI/ISMA, and IFA. Lynn Ann has spent 38 years in the field of Health and Exercise Physiology, 26 of them with Green Mountain.
Shiri is a Clinical Mental Health Counselor in practice since 2005. Always passionate about her work, she takes a holistic approach to support clients in moving to emotional health. Shiri complements the philosophy of Green Mountain with her extensive background in working with mindfulness-based approaches to anxiety, binge and emotional eating, and post-traumatic stress.
Dana has dedicated her career to helping individuals establish a balanced and healthy relationship with food. She has extensive training and experience in coaching for behavior change, mindful eating, and motivational interviewing. Dana has spent years leading group-based behavior change classes, developing and leading interactive workshops for worksite wellness programs, and providing nutrition counseling to individuals struggling with eating, weight, and chronic health conditions.
Lori brings a holistic approach to her role at Green Mountain. Her extensive fitness background in group fitness, personal training, and yoga is complemented by her interest and skill at facilitating some of our mindfulness-based classes, such as guided and visualization meditations and mindful movement. Lori utilizes a Health at Every Size approach to her classes, individual sessions and inspiring blogs.
Cathy’s exposure to fitness came early in her life, as part of her personal effort to stay fit and healthy while balancing family and a career. Intrigued with the benefits she reaped, she immersed herself in a professional national fitness training program and became a group certified exercise instructor.
ROBYN W. JACOBS, MD
Dr. Robyn Jacobs serves as a consulting physician in functional medicine. She received her board certification in Obstetrics and Gynecology in 1999 while working overseas in Sicily, Italy for the US Navy. Dr. Jacobs operates a private practice, Hygeia: A Unique Center for Women’s Health, in Lebanon, NH where she practices functional medicine.
THELMA J. WAYLER
A woman who started her own business when women “just didn’t do that,” Thelma founded Green Mountain at Fox Run at the age of 50 after an illustrious and prolific career as a nutritionist, diabetes educator, teacher and author. Considered by many as one of the visionaries who founded the non-diet movement (diets don’t work), Thelma espoused an approach for long-term weight management based on lifestyle change and self-care, rejecting popular diet remedies of ‘being good,’ counting calories, daily weighing, good food/bad food and more.