Tatiana Znayenko-Miller, MS
Tatiana began her career in health care as an employee of a Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program at a Federally Qualified Health Center. It was here that she became aware of the critical importance of making self-care practices available and accessible to health care providers. Her experience as a student of integrative medicine and in navigating the cancer diagnosis of a family member empowered her to become an advocate of lifestyle medicine. In 2018, she co-founded the North Carolina Lifestyle Medicine Collaborative, an organization with a mission to create opportunities of actionable access to lifestyle medicine in underserved populations throughout North Carolina. Tatiana is a current research associate with Commonweal, where she works on Beyond Conventional Cancer Therapies and the Resilience Project.