Clandestine Kitchen, LLC (CK) was born in 2017 from the desire to bring total body wellness, and clean nutrition, to Boston’s south shore neighborhoods. Originally from Seattle, Washington, CK Chef & Owner, Courtney Doyle, relocated to Hingham, Massachusetts from San Francisco, California 14 years ago and longed for the fresh, organic purity of the resources regularly found in the northern California area (yes, even back then!). A self-taught culinary student on many levels, Doyle draws from her experience at Williams Sonoma, Inc (having the pleasure of working just 1 floor down from Chuck Williams and just down the corridor from the WSI test kitchen), her vast entertaining experience and her love of all food that is healthy, fresh and delicious, bringing CK clients new, innovative twists on classic dishes and creating new flavor profiles that support a commitment to gluten-free, dairy-free and sugar-free nutrition.
Clandestine Kitchen is a “total body wellness” brand, fusing together clean nutrition with other important facets of healthy living such as fitness, beauty, fashion and surrounding oneself with good, positive vibes. By bringing community leaders together to provide a one-stop resource for complete and total health and wellness, CK’s mission to promote a healthy and positive lifestyle is applicable to all people, in every town, that seek to embrace a lifetime of nutrition and wellness while staying true to the “everything in moderation” mantra that allows for the moments in life to live freely and indulge. CK is not a diet or a quick-fix – it’s a commitment to fostering total body wellness including mental health, self-care and to give the body the opportunity to recover and heal itself through clean eating and nurturing the body, mind and soul.
The CK 8-week home and corporate meal delivery Wellness Club programs have skyrocketed in popularity since the brand’s inception and CK will soon be expanding to accommodate all clients that seek to incorporate clean nutrition into their weekly meal preparation goals. In addition, CK’s mission to bring total body wellness to communities around the globe, in partnership with the CK Wellness Tribe, an elite group of community industry leaders that provide guidance and expertise in many health and wellness fields, and through CK clean nutrition programs.
To learn more about the CK Wellness Club 8-week home meal delivery service, or to inquire about bringing CK to your workplace, please contact the CK Team at info@clandestinekitchen. Clean recipes and cutting edge nutrition information are now at your fingertips and we are honored to be your resource for living your best life.
Meet the CK Team
Courtney Doyle, born and raised in Seattle, Washington, is Head Chef and Owner of Clandestine Kitchen, LLC (CK). CK, a ‘total body wellness’ lifestyle brand and home & corporate healthy meal delivery service, was born from Doyle’s desire to share her love of food, passion for cooking, and dedication to nutrition and healthy living with her community. A lifelong athlete with a heart for community service and family, Doyle relocated to Hingham, MA from San Francisco, CA where she had furthered her interest in the culinary world and was exposed to clean, organic food and holistic life practices well ahead of the movement that had seemingly just made its way out to the east coast. Surrounding herself with mentors, in and out of the kitchen, Doyle’s passion to create healthy food (CK specializes in gluten-free, dairy-free and sugar-free meals using local organic produce and clean organic proteins) and curate a wellness destination encompassing all areas of self-care, nutrition and healthy living practices, have come to fruition with CK. A wife, mom of 3 (4 counting her yellow Lab, Jaxson), former marketing and communications professional and activist for her community, Doyle spends her time outside of CK on the sidelines of her children’s sports games, exploring menus at restaurants with her husband, traveling, enjoying live music (favorite genre is country) and breathing in the moments that make your body and soul feel alive, strong, and capable. A former basketball player, Doyle is particularly passionate about creating food for clean energy, body restoration, and the power of engaging the mind to channel the power of positive thinking and clear vision. Though her ‘kitchen runway collection’ of yoga pants and baseball caps are her current wardrobe staples, Doyle loves fashion and beauty and believes that the only way to truly ‘glow’ as a human being, is to love yourself, find the light in others and that a beautiful and honest smile really can change the world.
Chief Operating Officer
Brittany has over 20 years of experience in the food industry. Her background includes being a server, bartender, sous chef, and manager for many different restaurant concepts. She also spent 9 years as the director of operations for a school in the greater Seattle area, ensuring they uphold the highest of health and safety standards, including allergy awareness, as well as managing the daily operations. Having been diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes several years ago, her commitment to clean eating and proper nutrition has strengthened her understanding of how food fuels and heals the body. A dedicated Clandestine Kitchen consumer, she has a deeper personal understanding of what the body needs to function at an optimum level of health and wellness. Recently relocated to the south shore from Seattle, Washington, Brittany enjoys the (albeit short) beautiful New England summer, camping, fishing and spending time with her niece and nephews. Joining forces with her sister, Courtney Doyle, to launch Clandestine Kitchen is an exciting adventure that is just beginning. Brittany’s combination of professional experience and personal desire for overall health and well-being, make her a great addition to our CK team!
Community & Corporate Development Director
Elizabeth Klein is a natural leader that is highly organized, accountable, motivated, and goal oriented. She works exceptionally well with different personality types to achieve common goals by creating tangible objectives coupled with effective communication. Klein has a proven track record of being able to facilitate the creation of a long-term strategic vision and execute a plan with measurable deliverables. Elizabeth’s career began as a Financial Services Consultant at Accenture. During her tenure there, she worked on process improvement projects for many Fortune 500 clients, including Verizon and GE Capital. Elizabeth then continued her career at start-up companies in Silicon Valley focused on technology and education. Driven by her passion for education, she worked with clients to gather requirements, design, develop, and deploy custom learning solutions for organizations such as HP, Unisys, E*Trade, Wells Fargo, and CIGNA. A trusted advisor and strong project leader, Klein managed the client relationship throughout the project lifecycle as well as international development and deployment teams. Capitalizing on the experience of designing, developing, and managing hundreds of projects, Klein led the custom solutions business unit at the largest e-Learning company, SkillSoft. Still committed to business development and process improvement but wanting to focus more locally, Elizabeth has served as Executive Director of the Hingham Downtown Association. The purpose of the Hingham Downtown Association is to unite businesses, property owners, civic groups and neighbors in maintaining a viable economic area for the enjoyment of the residents of the Town of Hingham, residents of the South Shore and visitors to the area. Currently, as Managing Partner at Klein & McKendrick Consulting, Elizabeth continues to help clients achieve their goals by defining a strategic plan as well as the steps to execute that plan effectively.
Elizabeth has had a life-long passion with helping others starting as a hospital volunteer decades ago. Since living in the South Shore, Elizabeth has been dedicated to the local community in a variety of ways. Serving on the Hingham Newcomers Board, Elizabeth was responsible for planning events to build a sense of community. Elizabeth also served on Hingham’s 375th Anniversary committee planning events to celebrate Hingham’s history as well as creating the 375th Anniversary Commemorative Magazine and Quest. Elizabeth has enjoyed being involved in her children’s schools serving as PTO Secretary, Fundraising Director, and Room Parent as well as volunteering for the South School Harvest Festival, Winterfest, Alphafest, Art Fair, and Field Day. Elizabeth has had a great impact working with the Hingham Women’s Club. As a member, she staffed many charity events to benefit the South Shore community. Wanting to do more, Elizabeth co-chaired the Club’s largest fundraiser, Festival of Trees benefiting the Friends of the Homeless of the South Shore and the HMC Scholarship Fund. After handling the Club’s finances as Treasurer, Elizabeth served as President for two years in which she revitalized the club, grew its membership, and created new events including the Bunny Breakfast and Treeview. Currently, Elizabeth serves as the Parent Representative on the South School Council and as a Board of Trustees Member of the Hingham Education Foundation.
Service Manager & Sous Chef
Cathy Reilly has been living in Hingham for 13 plus years and loves being part of the Hingham community. After many years of being a stay at home Mom of four very active children, Cathy decided to pursue employment in her passion of food. Cathy has been an avid home cook and baker since childhood. Her degree is in Early Childhood Education ( you may recognize Cathy from a local preschool), but her curiosity and desire to explore the culinary world led her down an exciting road! For over five years, Cathy has immersed herself in this fascinating field. She started working at Clandestine Kitchen last winter and is loving every minute of being part of the CK team!
Cathy is an avid traveler, has lived in two other countries, and always says yes to the opportunity to explore another area of the world. Her favorite times are being with her husband and children snorkeling together in the B.V.I.’s and spending time together on the Cape. Cathy has a love of reading and truly enjoys walking, spinning, and spending time with family and friends. A balanced life is a full life!
Kate LaVigne is owner of DesignSmith, an organization and interior decorating business with a focus on creating spaces that are both beautiful + functional. As a professional organizer and certified decorator, Kate brings her sense of style, humor + sensitivity to all situations. Whether it is prepping a home for sale, packing + unpacking boxes or helping clients breathe new life into their homes, Kate creates a space that reflects the true essence of you.
Kate is also a founder of W3 (Women Working with Women), a community of local, trusted and experienced professional women who come together in a confidential environment to share ideas and strategies. Members serve as resources for one another’s clients, give referrals to grow their businesses, and encourage and support one another to thrive personally and professionally.
Kate received her undergraduate degree from Colby College in Maine and her graduate degree from Boston College. Prior to starting her own business, Kate was a high school counselor and education non-profit director. She is the mom of two rad girls who are psyched to reap the benefits of their mom working at Clandestine Kitchen.
Courtney Ruccio is a marketer, mom & spin instructor from Hingham who is already having so much fun in the CK kitchen. When not at CK, she can be found walking her dog, schlepping her kids to sports, or dreaming of warmer places to live. She is just 12 years shy of moving to the Villages!