Nicole Roberge is an Eating Disorder Survivor, Mentor and Advocate. Her memoir, "Hang in There, Wherever 'There' is," tells the story of her struggle with Anorexia, her fight for recovery, and how she never lost hope. With four years recovery now, she has her own non-profit, "Beautiful Lives," for the education and prevention of Eating Disorders in Connecticut, where she speaks at middle schools, high schools and at hospitals. She is a Mentor to many individuals and lobbies in D.C. with the Eating Disorders Coalition.
As a writer, she has been published in The Los Angeles Times, Rolling Stone, ELLEgirl, The Hartford Courant, New England Film, Script Magazine, Her Sports, Gotham Baseball, SHE Caribbean, J Vibe, Diverse: Issues in Higher Education, Hear/Say and Songwriter Universe. She also founded and served as editor to the online music magazine, Tuned in Music. In addition, she was a book contributor to the LA family guide, "Hungry?" and the inspirational journal, "Recovering the Soul." For several years, she had a humor dating column with Online Dating Magazine and now with the Stonington Patch.
Roberge lives in Connecticut amongst her family and two English Bulldogs, Boomer and Molly.