Monica & Annica, “The Gluten-Free Twins” are mentors and educators. Identical twin sisters born and raised in Roy, Utah. They have a passion and great desire to help people from all ages and stages in life to achieve better health. Monica & Annica also developed and teach a life-skills class, the “ARISE” program, to children in schools. The focus is to teach life-skill tools to help empower their minds and bodies.
Tiffany Hinton is the author of the #1 Amazon best-sellers Gluten Free Mom Certified and Mom Certified Celebrates Heritage. She’s been called “Super Mom” by fellow Gluten-Free speaker and advocate Pam Jordan, I’m A Celiac. She is a Public Speaker, Blogger, Cook and Allergy Coach for the Gluten-Free community. She has written 11 cookbooks. She was recently a speaker at North Carolina State University during the Gluten and Allergen Free Wellness Event. She is a regular speaker through out the US including the award winning Gluten Free and Allergen Friendly Expo, where she signs books in the Author Area.
Celeste Noland is passionate about helping people successfully navigate a gluten free lifestyle. When a food allergy diagnosis hit her family, their food world was turned upside down. Her experiences and cravings prompted her to launch ThereIsLifeAfterWheat.com, where she shares recipes, articles, tips, and recommendations she has developed to help families savor mealtime. Her most popular recipe is Soft Gluten Free Sandwich Bread. Celeste teaches cooking classes and advocates for healthy gluten free options. She loves recipe development, writing, baking, and photography, but receives the most reward when readers express thanks – and when her kids eat their dinner.
Erica Dermer is founder and head celiac in charge of Celiac and the Beast. She started her website because she felt like she had a new and humorous voice to bring to the gluten-free table, and desperately needed some celiac catharsis through writing and blogging. With a background in marketing and market research and development (including the food and beverage industry), she’s always had a soft spot in her heart for packaged goods, marketing, and branding in the specialty diets industry. It also helps that she’s a self-proclaimed terrible cook, so she relies on many gluten-free products to help her get through her day without burning down the kitchen. She uses humor to get through her diagnosis and living gluten-free in a world full of wheat. As a celiac and gluten-free advocate, her aim is to educate the world about celiac disease and the importance of this wonderful “less than 20ppm” universe we live in. Her first book, “Celiac and the Beast: A Love Story Between a Gluten-Free Girl, Her Genes, and a Broken Digestive Tract” was released in October 2013 and highlights her life with a celiac disease diagnosis and what she’s learned along the way.
Brianna Hobbs loves creating gluten-free (allergy-friendly) snack-worthy meals and desserts that taste just like what you had when you were a kid. She has written 3 cookbooks and writes an allergy-friendly, gluten-free food blog at flippindelicious.com.