Hi, thank you for stopping by!
I’m Morgan, the human behind the scenes at The III. I’m often known for untamed hair, a love for desserts and busting out the dance moves when the time is right - but I’m going to assume this is more of what you’re looking for:
I graduated with Honours as a Registered Holistic Nutritionist (RHN) from Canadian School of Natural Nutrition in June of 2018. Prior to that, I earned a Bachelor of Science degree while playing Division I hockey at RIT where I experienced some of my highest highs and lowest lows that largely shape my perspectives today.
But, beyond any piece of paper, what matters to me most is connecting with what I’m doing and who I’m working with. I’ve spent too many years with unrealistic expectations (still working on it), assuming it would get me to my “best version” but instead, found myself in a constant battle of “never enough,” leaving me lost, confused and unfulfilled with who I was and what I was chasing.
I’ve since learned that the best version of ourselves is found when we uncover our own definition of wellness and genuinely connect with what’s around us. I’ve learned that health and nutrition can be a confusing space; I've learned that our food system strongly impacts our well-being, our communities, and our globe, and I’ve learned that the food industry doesn’t necessarily support a vibrant future, which I am committed to changing.
My goal is to build a food business that is focused on individual well-being, the local community and global sustainability; an eatery that serves real, whole foods and embraces a culture around freedom, enjoyment and nourishment instead of macros, calories and diets. The III will connect you to the people who grow your food and the people you eat it with. And finally, The III will grow into a business that consistency acts as a vehicle for contributing to social impact and positive change, both locally and globally.
It's not here quite yet, but good things take time.
Cheers to a better future,
Registered Holistic Nutritionist, CSNN | 2018
Bachelor of Science, RIT | 2015
Division I Women's Hockey