Isabelle holds a bachelor's degree in nutritional science (Dietetics) from McGill University and is currently pursuing her master's studies in global health at the School of Public Health of the Université de Montréal (ESPUM). She discovered her interest in international nutrition during her internship focusing on community management of malnutrition in the villages of Siem Reap, Cambodia. Recently, she completed an internship with UNICEF on the links between measles and nutritional status, as well as the potential causal mechanisms behind this association. At TRANSNUT, she is doing her MPH internship on Alternative Food Networks, aiming to produce a scoping review about their attributes and impacts on food and health in the Global South. She will also assist in the development of a course on the nutrition transition, the double burden of malnutrition and global food systems. As a hobby, she satisfies her sweet tooth by baking, making pastries and small homemade desserts from glutinous rice flour.