Mirline Fourron

Mirline Fourron

Mirline Fourron was born and raised in Cayes, Haiti. She is a licensed Registered Dietitian. She studied nutrition and dietetics for four years. She received her Masters and Bachelors in Nutrition and Dietetics at the University of North Florida. She is currently a Doctorate candidate at A.T.Still University. She is Fluent in French, Haitian Creole, and English. She is professionally affiliated with the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics and the American College of Healthcare Executives. She is a fellow at Sant La Haitian Neighborhood Center in Miami, FL. She holds several certifications including ServSafe, Feeding infants specialist, Feeding toddlers specialist, Breastfeeding specialist. She has primarily worked in community setting where she has helped developed several nutrition programs such as the “8 Weeks to Healthy Living” at Baptist Health Hospital in Jacksonville, Fl. She has served as the nutrition expert for JE magazine where she got to address nutrition concerns in the Haitian community in Jacksonville, Fl. Her article has been featured in Chef’s Corner Magazine. She has supported the American breast cancer association by developing and teaching the Jacksonville African American community about the prevention of breast cancer, prostate cancer and ovarian cancer. Her dedication to the field of nutrition stems from her passion to provide and educate her own Haitian community on the relationship between good health and food choice practices specifically for those struggling with diabetes. One of her long-term goal is to be able to shape healthcare system in Haiti by supporting and developing nutritional wellness programs for hospital and clinics in Haiti. Another goal is to build a nonprofit organization in South Florida that will focus on teaching the Haitian community about healthy eating and the importance of physical activity. She was honored as the 2019 League of Legendary Women presented by 101.5 LITE FM and Memorial healthcare System. Mirline is very close to her family. She is most proud of her six-year old beautiful and amazing daughter. She enjoys instilling in her confidence and good nutritional health practices. Mirline enjoys dancing, traveling and trying new healthy delicious recipes. She believes that sustaining good nutritional health is an individual practice and must be learned with patience and self-love.