The Better Me Team

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Susan Grace
Health Nutrition Coordinator
Phone: 475-7386

Sue is a registered dietitian and is a graduate from RIT’s Nutrition Management Program. She also earned a master’s degree in Community Health Education from SUNY Brockport. In 2009 she completed her training to become a Certified Wellness Coach (CWC) through Wellcoaches in alliance with the American College of Sports Medicine, and she also is a Certified Wellness Program Manager (CWPM) through the National Wellness Institute and WebMD. Sue has over 20 years of experience working with consumers, professionals and employees in a wide variety of settings including health care, worksites, community agencies and a local community college. She is currently the bylaws chair for the Genesee Dietetic Association as well as a member of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Sue received the 2014 New York State Dietetic Association Distinguished Dietitian Award.

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Nikki Horton
Health Fitness Specialist
Phone: 475-4332

Nikki is a certified athletic trainer and personal trainer. After graduating from SUNY Cortland and working as an athletic trainer in the Buffalo area, she realized her passion was in fitness and wellness. Nikki is fueled by challenges, and enjoys challenging clients in her classes and in one-on-one training.  She enjoys teaching Boot Camp classes, and working with clients of all ages and fitness levels. Nikki is a marathon runner, Buffalo Bills fan, and world traveler. Her favorite destination so far is Galway, Ireland.  

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Keith O’Connor
Health Fitness Coordinator
Phone: 475-4332

Keith graduated from Marymount University (DC) with a bachelor's degree in Health & Fitness Management and Promotion and maintains a personal training certification from the American College of Sports Medicine. Keith played and later coached soccer at Plattsburgh State before transferring to Marymount.  He was also the assistant women's soccer coach at RIT for two seasons and is currently the strength and conditioning consultant for Nazareth women's soccer.  He incorporates sport-performance elements into his one-on-one and class sessions and places an emphasis on the balance between all fitness components, hard work and fun. He currently works with a wide variety of fitness clients and several young athletes in the Rochester and Finger Lakes area. Keith measures his own success by the success of his clients.