Gretchen DuBeau joined the Alliance for Natural Health USA as Executive and Legal Director in 2008.
A lifelong environmentalist and devotee to natural health and healing, Gretchen has found the perfect culmination of her interests at ANH-USA, where she works to shift the current medical paradigm to one that embraces real preventive and integrative medicine as the standard of care.
Gretchen also serves as President and Executive Director of the Praktikos Institute, and as Advocacy Coordinator for ANH-International. In 2014, she was appointed President of the Axios Institute.
She is an attorney and practiced environmental law and policy for five years before joining ANH to work on natural and sustainable health issues.
Gretchen holds a Masters Degree in Applied Healing Arts. She supports the Integrative Medicine Consortium (IMC) as the Public Affairs Chair and the Public Policy Co-chair, serves as Board Advisor to the International College for Integrative Medicine (ICIM), and joined the boards of ANH-USA in 2010; ANH-International in 2012; the Axios Institute, and the Praktikos Institute in 2014. She also served on the Board for the Certification of Nutrition Specialists (BCNS) from 2011-2018.
Finally, in 2015 Gretchen became an Advisory Board member to the Documenting Hope Project, which is proving our children can recover from childhood illnesses, such as Autism, with the support of integrative medicine.