Jennifer Ahlberg
Jennifer AhlbergPresident & Founder
 Jennifer graduated from the University of Connecticut (B.S. in Biology, minor in Chemistry) then spent a year as a Research Assistant in the Neuropsychopharmacology Department at Yale University Medical School.  She is currently a Principal Scientist, at a nearby pharmaceutical company where she heads up a biotherapeutics pharmacokinetics laboratory.  She’s been a member  both of the company’s Diversity Council and the Global Women’s Executive Council. For more than 10 years, when her two older children were young, she co-chaired the Redding Elementary School science fair. 

 Jennifer has been in the pharmaceutical industry  for more than 30 years and is an avid researcher.  This website is a compilation of information both from her own research and that of her mom, Dr. Judy Siegel, who has been successfully using the “no grain, no legume” approach for many years in her own practice with clients suffering from obesity, arthritis, digestive problems and depression.

Jennifer and Dean passed their 30th anniversary milestone a few years back and their three children are fully fledged-two with families of their own (2 grandchildren so far) and one in college. Jennifer is active in the church and enjoys teaching Sunday School.  She also likes running and has completed (with Dean) two marathons. Current interests; relaxing with family, horseback riding, reading and travel.
Dean Ahlberg
Dean AhlbergCo-Founder and Spiritual Advisor
Dean was born in Hartford, CT, and raised on Long Island,and has served as the Senior Minister of The First Church of Christ, Congregational in Redding, CT since 1990.  He is a graduate of Williams College (where he majored in history and co-captained the men’s basketball team), Yale University Divinity School (M.Div.), and Hartford Seminary (D.Min.).

The church has active outreach partnerships with two different churches; one in Boscobel, Jamaica and one in Bethlehem, Palestine.  The most recent trip to Boscobel had 50 participants and the group spent a week building houses with their partners in Jamaica.

Although weekends are obviously full with church responsibilities, he enjoys reading, working out, spending time with the family and traveling as much as our budget permits.  He also loves long walks in the woods with our adopted Great Pyrenees and Great Pyrenees-Lab mix, Jed and Gus.
Gus and Jed
Gus and JedPsychological Support
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