Recovery is Possible!

Meet The Team

Sarah Lee, CCIEDC

Certified Eating Disorder Recovery Coach
Owner of Sarah Lee Recovery
Co-Founder of Conquering Bulimia

Cambria Camp, RWCC

RW Certified Food Freedom Coach
Associate Certified Eating Disorder Recovery Coach

Whitney Chase

Content Manager

Merrit Elizabeth Stahle, MSHPM, CCIEDC

Co-Founder of Conquering Bulimia

Oreo, aka Sweet Boy

CCO and Director of Philanthropy

Recognizing the need to expand my reach and provide continued extraordinary care to more individuals struggling with eating disorders, I've assembled a dedicated team to extend impact and support even more people, while spreading inspiration and hope that recovery is possible!

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Sarah Lee, CCIEDC

Certified Eating Disorder Recovery Coach
Owner of Sarah Lee Recovery
Co-Founder of Conquering Bulimia

I’m Sarah Lee, a Certified Eating Recovery Disorder Coach in private practice since 2016, holding four professional coaching certifications. Specializing in serving females of all ages and individuals of the Christian faith worldwide, my journey stems from a personal battle with Bulimia during my twenties. Motivated by the loss of my mother due to complications related to her lifelong struggle with food and weight, I transitioned from an eighteen-year career in banking and the corporate world to pursue my passion for helping others find freedom from eating disorders and disordered eating. Drawing from both my professional background and personal recovery experience, I offer comprehensive support to my clients, who often describe me as more than just a coach. Outside of work, I cherish time with my family, including my spoiled Schnauzer Oreo. I have a deep love for nature’s rustic serenity, yet also the elegance of fine dining. I also enjoy expressing myself through writing poetry.

Cambria Camp, RWCC

RW Certified Food Freedom Coach
Associate Certified Eating Disorder Recovery Coach

Cambria Camp is an eating disorder survivor turned mental health advocate and Certified Eating Disorder Recovery Coach. Once recovered, she developed a passion for helping others break free from diet culture and heal their relationships with food, body, and movement. As a coach she is passionate about making sure every individual she works with feels safe, supported, and empowered in their journey to healing. She believes that recovery is possible and is eager to help others find freedom and stop battling with food and their bodies. Prior to coaching, Cambria earned her Bachelor of Science from Colorado Mesa University while working in a research laboratory focused on morphological novelties. Additionally, she has worked in an Emergency Department as a Medical Scribe for several years, gaining knowledge in the medical field and working alongside a team of medical and mental health professionals. When she is not coaching, she enjoys cuddling up with her one-eyed cat Oneya and watching her favorite show, The Office.

Whitney Chase

Content Manager

Whitney Chase is a recent Georgia State psychology graduate looking forward to diving into the mental health field through writing and advocacy. As a person who’s struggled to open up about mental well-being in the past, she knows that embracing these difficulties can transform even the darkest moments into light and peace. Her plans include pursuing higher education to become a licensed mental health counselor and continuing her ever-evolving relationship with emotional health to become an individual who can address the needs of every client. Outside of this scope, Whitney enjoys curating an eclectic wardrobe and is always on the hunt for thrifted treasure.

Merrit Elizabeth Stahle, MSHPM, CCIEDC

Co-Founder of Conquering Bulimia

Merrit Elizabeth is a CCI Certified Coach and founder of Merrit Elizabeth Recovery. She provides eating disorder recovery care services to adolescent and young adult women around the world. She is a magna cum laude graduate of Southern Methodist University with a Master of Science in Health Promotion Management. She is currently continuing her education in applied neuroscience. Combining the power of mindfulness, meditation, and mindset training, Merrit offers evidence informed strategies for success. Merrit utilizes her own recovery experience to provide compassionate recovery care and empower her clients to a life of health and happiness. Fun fact, before following her heart to help others fully recover from eating disorders, Merrit worked in the fashion industry as an assistant to a celebrity stylist in Los Angeles!

Oreo, aka Sweet Boy

CCO and Director of Philanthropy

From the office to the neighborhood, Oreo diligently oversees operations with a wagging stubby tale and a nose for detail. With a keen eye he completes daily inspections to ensure that everyone’s work meets the highest standards, always delivering insightful analysis post-nap. Oreo takes his role in security seriously, ensuring the safety of every project and loves cookies as his preferred form of compensation. He’s a master morale booster and lends a loving paw whenever needed. Oreo’s dedication extends beyond his daily duties, as he has graciously mentored fosters at the corporate office, ensuring they feel safe under his watchful eye until they find their forever assignment. In addition to his impeccable professionalism, Oreo’s signature beard adds a touch of distinguished charm to his role, making him not only a compliance officer but a fashion icon among his colleagues. Oreo takes pride in overseeing the company’s charitable initiatives, particularly its support for Operation Kindness, the pet food pantry dedicated to feeding hungry animals in need, ensuring that no furry friend goes without a meal. In his spare time, Oreo indulges in his passions, whether it’s chasing squirrels or playing his favorite game, Gimme Dat, with his beloved humans.