Renée J. Bordeaux RD, CDN, CPT is the President and owner of Bordeaux Nutrition®.  She graduated summa cum laude with a Bachelor of Science in Nutrition and Dietetics from the University of Connecticut.  Renée received a scholarship award for excellence in nutrition practice and was named New England scholar. In addition to being a registered dietitian, Renee is also a Certified Personal Trainer with the American Council on Exercise

Renée has been in practice since 1997.  She has worked for the UConn Dept of Nutritional Sciences, New Britain General Hospital’s "Fit Kids" program, WIC (Women, Infants and Children), Community Health Center and the Department of Navy Health Promotions.  In 2007 Renée opened her private practice office in West Hartford, CT.  She also works per diem for the Institute of Living Eating Disorders Program.  Each day she draws upon her many years of experience and combines that with new knowledge to remain up to date with the most current information to share with her patients.  

As a teenager, Renée was inspired by the quote “If you don’t take care of your body, where are you going to live?” She believes that good, wholesome food is the very foundation of a healthy body and mind.  She enjoys working with adults and children and emphasizes family centered nutrition and physical activity.  She pairs her nutrition therapy plans with personalized fitness programs to compliment lifestyle needs.  Renée blends a strong background in cognitive behavioral and motivational principles to help you meet your wellness goals.

Jacqui Campbell MS, RD, CDN is the Vice President of Nutrition Services for Bordeaux Nutrition®.  She began working with Renée in the summer 2009 as an intern and worked part time in 2010.  During that time Jacqui completed her Bachelor of Science in Human Nutrition at the University of Massachusetts Amherst and graduated summa cum laude in 2011. She completed her dietetic internship and Master's degree through SUNY College at Oneonta in May 2013. 

Jacqui's interest in nutrition began in high school when she worked in the dining room at Canyon Ranch health spa.  She was surrounded by the healthy living mantra and became specifically interested in food and nutrition. During her undergraduate experience Jacqui led the Classroom Garden Project, a nutrition intervention aiming to increase vegetable consumption in pre-school aged children in the Headstart Program. During her internship she completed rotations at Saint Francis Hospital in Hartford, McLean Healthcare Center in Simsbury, and Bristol Hospital WIC.  Jacqui went on to work as both an in-patient and out-patient dietitian at Saint Francis Hospital before working full time at Bordeaux Nutrition®.

Jacqui has a deep rooted passion for good food and nutrition.  She's a self-proclaimed foodie who loves to cook and stay active running, hiking, and playing sports.  Jacqui enjoys working with children and adults and looks forward to helping you with your nutrition goals! Check out her blog "All in Moderation"

Jackie Stevenson, BS, DTR, aka Lynn or J. Lynn around the office, is a Registered Dietetic Technician and nutritionist. She graduated with a Bachelor’s of Nutritional Sciences from the University of Connecticut Nutritional Sciences Program in 2010 and became a registered dietetic technician in 2012. Jackie plans on completing her dietetic internship and becoming a registered dietitian in the coming year.

Jackie’s interest in nutrition began in high school, after creating and successfully executing a weight loss plan for herself. After achieving a healthier lifestyle, she decided to make a career out of helping others do the same, and soon enrolled in UCONN’s nutrition program. After graduation, Jackie tried her hand at several jobs, some nutrition related, some not, and eventually found her way back to her original career path, here at Bordeaux Nutrition LLC.


Jackie is passionate about simple, unprocessed foods, and enjoys spending her time organic gardening. She also does a bit of homesteading, preserving food from the garden and making homemade, all-natural cleaning and hygiene products. Check out her blog www.betterlivenatural.com.