Jeanette Bradley

Jeanette Bradley

Freelance Writer

Expertise

Food Allergies

Education

University of Michigan, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Highlights

Experience

Jeanette Bradley is a former writer for Verywell Fit. As a parent of a child with food allergies, Bradley has been writing about the subject since 2007, first as the creator of an online food allergy cookbook and later as the author of ​"Food Allergy Kitchen Wizardry," published in 2016. 

As an advocate for children, Bradley has spoken about the challenges of living with food allergies on various platforms, including on the Inclusive Class Podcast.

Bradley lives in Rhode Island, where she is known as an author and illustrator of children books, including "The Upside Down Garden," "When the Babies Came to Stay," and "Love, Mama."

Education

Bradley holds a B.A. from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor and an M.A. in urban planning from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

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