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We believe wholesome food changes lives.
EatWell's mission is to make a fresh dinner easier, for better health and a better life.

EatWell delivers impact in line with the
United Nations Sustainable Development Goals:


SDG2: Improved nutrition




SDG3: Good health & wellbeing

Clinical health

Culinary & dietary behavior change


SDG8: Reduced inequalities

Equitable access to care

Food security


SDG10: Decent work & economic growth

Local workforce

Sustainable living wage

Meet The Team


Dan Wexler

Chief Executive 


Kevin Hall

Chief Operating


Dan studied health management and behavioral economics at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, where he founded EatWell.


During this time, he worked at the Mattapan Farmers Market for two years, gaining deep insight in the cooking and nutrition challenges faced by families.


This experience also helped him understand the tastes and values of the communities EatWell serves. Dan finds inspiration in nature and his dog, Chance.

Kevin studied health management at Harvard’s T.H. Chan School of Public Health, where he specialized in value-based care delivery.


He brings 11 years of experience maximizing wellness impact for radiology and oncology centers, designing effective financial models. In his free time, he is an avid hiker.  

Adriana Katekawa

Culinary & Education Director

Ricardo Moeno

Partnerships & Communications


Adriana is EatWell’s lead chef. Trained at Le Cordon Bleu in Boston and experienced in prestigious two-star Michelin restaurants, she ensures EatWell’s meals are delicious.


With a Certificate in Culinary Coaching from Harvard University and a Health Coach certificate from the Institute for Integrative Medicine, she also brings culinary medicine expertise to make EatWell’s meals healthy, and to develop our educational content.


She loves finding new ways to cook veggies -- see her latest creations on Instagram @adriana.chefcoach

Ricardo received an MS in Education and Curriculum at the BU Wheelock College of Education and Human Development while teaching in Dorchester through Teach For America. There he witnessed issues of inequity and food insecurity similar to that of his upbringing and went on to study Nutrition Policy & Programs at the Tufts Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy, where he started various programs for youth to learn about Nutrition and Careers in Public Health.  

He brings his background, expertise in nutrition policy & programs, and understanding of education to best serve patients and form strong relationships with stakeholders. For fun, Ricardo enjoys eating with friends and practicing Brazilian Jiu Jitsu.

Our Advisors

Rick Siegrist

Faculty Director of DrPH Program,

Harvard School of Public Health

Vivien Morris

Founder, Mattapan 

Food and Fitness Coalition


Robert Galloway

Managing Member, 

MGC Health Advisors

Sabrina Noel Feldeisen

Registered Dietitian, 

UMass Lowell


Suraj Kripalani

Co-Founder and CEO,

BonBillo Social Impact Accelerator


Josiemer Mattei

Assistant Professor of Nutrition, 

Harvard School of Public Health 

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