LEADERS OF THE HERD
Adrienne is the Founder and Chief Herbalist for Two Elefants. She loves Goldfish, Oregon Pinot Noir, and believes leopard print is a neutral color.
The practice of Chinese herbology is practically "in-my-blood" as Adrienne likes to say, following in the tradition of her mother (who was actually a Chinese medicine doctor until her recent retirement) and grandmother (who made herbal teas for illnesses instead of popping pills.)
Adrienne is a Board-Certified Chinese Herbalist, Fertility Acupuncturist, and a Fellow of American Board of Oriental Reproductive Medicine (ABORM.) She believes in an integrative approach to fertility using the best of what Western medicine and Chinese medicine have to offer.
Adrienne knows first hand the struggles of the TTC journey because she was diagnosed with PCOS in her 20's and had to become her own advocate and find her own way to conquer this condition.
Ashley is the Chief Operations Manager of Two Elefants. She loves her dog, Joplin, pasta, and watches way too many true crime documentaries.
Ashley's background is in politics, fundraising, and event planning. What her experience in these roles essentially taught her, besides organization and integration, is that she genuinely loves serving and helping people.
Since working with Adrienne and her team, she has embraced Chinese medicine whole-heartedly and has immersed herself in learning the details of this integrative approach because she has witnessed it helping so many women.
Ashley is responsible for operations, administration, community outreach, and making sure your orders are fulfilled in a timely manner. She currently manages our Customer Service Happiness Team.
Dr. Fletcher is double boarded in both Ob/Gyn and Integrative Medicine. She has been recognized by her peers numerous times as one of Charlotte Magazine’s Top OB/Gyn Doctors, including 2017.
She is the Founder of Thrive, a comprehensive medical facility that focuses on prevention and addressing root causes of disease.
Dr. Fletcher is uniquely qualified to address health concerns with her breadth of traditional, integrative and functional medicine training.
Her passion for health and wellness inspired her to complete additional training and board certification in Integrative Medicine at the University of Arizona with world-renowned, Dr. Andrew Weil. She has trained under the leaders in Functional Medicine, including Dr. Mark Hyman, completing full certification with the Institute for Functional Medicine in 2018
An avid ironman triathlete, Dr. Fletcher continues to be awed by the nearly limitless abilities of the human body and spirit.
Dr. Moran has been honored by Charlotte Magazine and Charlotte Smarty Pants as best OB/GYN in Charlotte.
She emphasizes the development of long-standing and meaningful relationships with patients by focusing on a personal, caring practice with generous appointment times and ease in scheduling and communication.
Dr. Moran graduated from Duke University, earning a Bachelor of Science in Biology in 2000. She then went on to medical school at Wake Forest University School of Medicine, earning her MD in 2004.
Outside of medicine, Dr. Moran enjoys spending time with her husband and two daughters and loves travel, food, and wine. She is currently President-elect of the Mecklenburg County Medical Society and a member of the Mint Museum Auxiliary.
Carrie is a Registered Dietitian with a passion for helping people achieve and maintain optimal health through proper nutrition.
In addition to being an IFNA Certified Integrative and Functional Nutrition Practitioner she has completed Duke Integrative Medicine’s Integrative Health Coach Professional Training Program, as well as Level I Certificate of Training in Adult Weight Management through the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.
She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Biology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and her Master’s degree in Nutrition from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.
In her spare time, Carrie enjoys spending time with family, riding horses, cooking, and being outdoors.