Allie Hosmer, MS, RDN, LDN

Registered Dietitian Nutritionist
Dana Magee

Allie started her college career with a passion to study nutrition and health. She started her journey at the University of Maryland, College Park, and after graduating Cum Laude with a degree in Nutrition and Food Science she continued on to Boston to study at Tufts University for her combined dietetic internship and Master’s program in Nutrition Science and Policy.

Allie is enthusiastic to start her career as a licensed Registered Dietitian, and to help her clients fit sustainable healthy goals into their lifestyle!

She has a special interest in gluten-free cooking,  sports nutrition, and helping her clients grocery shop on a budget.


  • Diet & Nutrition
  • Weight Management
  • Diabetes
  • Heart Health


  • Sports Nutrition
  • Celiac Disease/Gluten Intolerances
  • Corporate Wellness




  • Registered Dietitian Nutritionist
  • Licensed Dietitian Nutritionist


  • Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics


  • Outstanding Dietetic Student of the Year 2017
  • Awarded first place in the 2018 John Milner Nutrition and Cancer Research Practicum research design competition
  • Designed, initiated and managed a volunteer dinner program for the College Park Volunteer Fire Department

More About Allie

Allie grew up in Southern Maryland for most of her life, until she decided to take on a new adventure and move to Boston to further her education at Tufts University for her dietetic internship and masters in Nutrition Science and Policy. Her internship involved 2 years of clinical training in medical nutrition therapy for many conditions including type 1 and type 2 diabetes, gestational diabetes, hypertension, obesity, Inflammatory Bowel Disease, and food allergies. Boston was an amazing learning opportunity for Allie, but it was also expensive!! As a result, Allie has become very skilled in meal planning quick and affordable meals that fit into a busy life.

Before her big leap to Boston, Allie attended the University of Maryland (UMD) for her undergraduate, where she volunteered in teaching community nutrition classes, started a dinner program for the College Park Volunteer Fire Department, and interned with UMD’s Sports Dietitian.

Allie’s interest in sports nutrition stems from being an invested lacrosse player growing up. Sadly, she experienced a knee injury that caused her to retire from contact sports. However, she is still an athlete in the weight room as she has found a new passion for weight lifting and helping other athletes maximize their nutrition.

Allie loves trying different cuisines and adding her own spin on recipes to make them unique. She has an extra exposure to Mediterranean cooking, because of her family’s Greek background. She visits her family’s home on a small Greek island called Kasos as often as she can to reconnect with relatives and learn new recipes to share with her clients.

In her spare time, you’ll probably find Allie spending time outside, organizing her to-do list, or playing with her dog Penny!

Happy Clients

“My A1C has come down from 7.6 to 6.9, my glucose levels are within the normal range, and I have lost 9 pounds. Ms. Williams played a central role in all of this, providing crucial information, honest feedback, and an excellent listening ear. She has been crucial to me achieving my goals. I commend her heartily. You are very lucky to have her on your team!”
“Kaitlin was very warm, friendly, courteous and patient. She really listened to me. She seems genuine, and I look forward to working with her and getting myself on the right track regarding controlling my food intake and making healthier choices so that I can eventually reduce the medicines I am on or be able to stop taking them completely.”
“I think that my mindset is finally getting to the point that I don’t think of it as a diet but a way of life. Kaitlin is a lovely young woman, and I think she will continue to help me reach my desired goal and keep me healthier and happier.”
“Kaitlin is a wonderful person that is truly an asset to your organization. She was very knowledgeable and answered all of my questions. She provided me with a lot of information and piqued my interest to do additional research.”


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