Reneé graduated from Virginia Tech University with a degree in Finance, but quickly returned to school to pursue her true passion in healthcare. She attended UNC-Chapel Hill's School of Nursing where she graduated with honors earning her Bachelor of Science (BSN) degree in 2013. She worked as a nurse at both Duke University and UNC Hospitals. She then went on to obtain a master’s degree in Nursing as a Family Nurse Practitioner in December 2017.
Reneé’s experience working in the hospital setting has directed her focus on disease prevention and health promotion in hopes of keeping people out of the hospital. Her other areas of clinical interest include women's health, autoimmune disorders, and chronic disease management. She also takes a keen interest in addiction medicine. She believes in the benefits of both traditional and alternative therapies and works diligently with her patients to bridge the gaps that exist between the two. In her free time, Reneé stays very busy outside of the office with her three young children.
When she finds some free time she enjoys family vacations, crafting/sewing, orange theory, and has a whole stack of books she's eager to read - all healthcare-related of course.