Are you constantly working and no one seems to notice?
Well I have really good news for you….
I’m Dr. Cori Cooper and I specialize in helping women with diabetes. I’m a successful pharmacist working in the corporate world while also being a coach, business owner, speaker, wife, and mother.
I have been working in the field of diabetes for over a decade. I have done everything from managing individual patients, to teaching group classes, to speaking to large audiences. I travel to diabetes meetings worldwide and meet with the world’s leading experts to bring the most cutting edge research to women in my programs. I even founded a nonprofit organization to prevent diabetes.
Most importantly, I’m also your personal empowerment coach and the creator of Workaholic Uprising™: The Mastermind, an online group program for women with who want to be released from the pressure to prove.
Online program empowering women at work? Tell me more….
Yes ma’am, all online and customized by a woman for women like you, who are full of life and don’t want to be restricted by their diabetes. Women who want to feel vibrant and sexy again, and who definitely don’t have time for “diabetes”. Life’s hard enough already, let me make it simple…
After managing patient after patient in face to face appointments at my multidisciplinary clinic, large group classes, and even walking groups, I realized this wasn’t working. And it wasn’t working especially for women.
I’m sure I don’t have to tell you this, but we women wear multiple hats…
We are mothers, daughters, wives, community leaders, executives, entrepreneurs and so much more…Basically, we have things to do! Taking time out during the day to come to clinic appointments did not work for the patients in my clinic and it doesn’t work for you.
Here’s what I heard…
You said you needed flexible hours, you wanted to be able to review the information at a time convenient for you and ask questions without having to wait days for a response, you wanted to know you had support so that when you were making decisions on your own, you knew you had the necessary information. And you even said you wanted to take me home with you to tell you what to eat….
So now that you are glad my program is online, let me tell you why this is so important for busy women.
Let’s face it, diabetes can be overwhelming.
There are so many opinions and conflicting recommendations today…Today you should eat more kale, tomorrow kale causes cancer (not really, but you see my point). People can immediately feel confused, anxious, and defeated.
And even more frustrating, the food you “have to” eat isn’t just about you, it affects the entire family too, and they’re not on some special diet.
There is so much “health” information to keep up with, even I sometimes get overwhelmed. After years in clinic, I will never forget the look in each patient’s eye seemingly scared and feeling like they just needed more help to get this diabetes thing together. I have seen this look too many times. I have worked with hundreds of people struggling with weight loss, uncontrolled blood sugar, and a host of other chronic diseases.
Enough is Enough.
Managing diabetes can feel like a full time job and I want to help you understand that it doesn’t have to feel that way. You are in control and I want to give you answers, hope, and a plan. I created my online program to help more women just like you; to reach beyond helping one person at a time, working together to reduce the burden that diabetes can bring...
I put you back in the driver’s seat because your health isn’t about how good your doctor is, it’s all about you.
Today I see it as my job to empower women to navigate their diabetes. Let me guide you along the journey to a simple, sexy lifestyle that allows you to enjoy all that you deserve.
We women can do this. Together.
When you join Workaholic Uprising™: The Mastermind, you get all this and much more:
- 6 weeks of coaching on The Cycle of Proving™
- Get answers to your questions about diabetes and nutrition in live Q&As
- No use of “diabetic”, you’re a beautiful woman who happens to have diabetes
- Decrease your diabetes medication list or stop medications altogether
- Curb cravings for sugars, carbs, and caffeine, or whatever your latest vice is
- Enjoy meals and family gatherings
- Never feel like you have to “explain your diet” again
- Enjoy an empowered, more confident, sexier you
- Accountability check-ins to keep you motivated
- Connect with others on the same journey in a private members only forum
I’ve committed my entire career to educating communities and helping women achieve optimal health by controlling diabetes, and I remain committed to that.
But beyond that, I’m helping other committed women all over the world see past their busy schedules and spread health living worldwide.
If you are interested in having me speak at your organization, learn more here.
Whatever your journey, wherever you are, and regardless how busy you are, I can help.
Looking forward to seeing you in my upcoming group program. Talk soon…
Professional Bio: Cori Cooper, Pharm.D., MPH, BCACP, INHC, NLC, CDE
Dr. Cori Cooper is a board-certified clinical pharmacist and an Integrative Nutrition Health Coach. Dr. Cooper received both her B.S. in biology and Pharm.D. from Xavier University of Louisiana. She then completed a primary care residency at the University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson, Mississippi. Following her residency, she served on the faculty at a college of pharmacy lecturing on diabetes and the practice of pharmacy. In addition to her faculty role, Dr. Cooper was the clinical pharmacist at a multidisciplinary clinic managing patients with diabetes, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, and obesity.
Dr. Cooper also completed a Master in Public Health (MPH) degree from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health with a concentration in health and behavior and received her training as an Integrative Nutrition Health Coach from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition’s (IIN) cutting-edge Health Coach Training Program. She has studied over 100 dietary theories, practical lifestyle management techniques, and innovative coaching methods with some of the world’s top health and wellness experts, like Dr. Andrew Weil, Director of the Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine and Dr. Deepak Chopra, leader in the field of mind-body medicine. She continued to advance her coaching training through Advanced Coaching and Business courses with IIN and is certified by The Nutrition School.
Dr. Cooper is also the founder of Care Matters, Inc., a non-profit diabetes prevention and education company. Her mission is to create an online resource that increases access to evidenced based diabetes education to people affected by diabetes worldwide.
Her expertise in diabetes management allowed her the opportunity to work as both a Medical Science Liaison and Account Medical Advisor for a major pharmaceutical company. She is extremely successful in her pharmacy and corporate career and enjoyed many opportunities working in the pharmaceutical industry afforded her. Her experiences at Hopkins, in patient care, academia, corporate medicine, and community health created a rich foundation and appreciation of health and wellness, and strong entrepreneurship skills. She has also worked with leading business coaches across multiple industries and has an extensive business network.
Her company, The Cooper Collaborative, coaches busy women how to thrive in the workplace from a place of self care. Women are stressed by the multiple hats we must wear and invest no time in their own self care. They neglect the very thing they wanted success in the workplace to create. Dr. Cooper reminds women that putting themselves first creates the inspiration and passion needed to stay successful in business.
Dr. Cori is also a loving wife, busy mom, devoted Pilates student, and heart-centered yogi!
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