Well-Being Activators


Are you motivated and excited about health and well-being?
Do you want to help Georgia Tech be Smart & Happy?
The Office of Health and Well-Being is currently recruiting students and employees to become Well-Being Activators for the Spring 2018 semester. 

What is a Well-Being Activator?

Well-Being Activators are ambassadors and champions with a charge to relay information, motivate individuals, and enhance a culture of health, wellbeing, and caring among students and employees at Georgia Tech.  They serve as well-being role models within their respective group or department, inspiring others to flourish physically, emotionally, spiritually, professionally, socially, and personally. The goal is to have one activator representing every community group on campus from student organization to residence hall to employee department. 

The deadline to apply for the Spring 2018 semester has been extended to Monday, January 22nd. 

Spring 2018 Student Well-Being Activators

Name Organization(s) Represented
Adair Garrett

Honors Program Living Learning Community

Aimee Gerold  Frisbee Club
Amy Pollmann Honors Program Living Learning Community
Bailey Little KNIT Mentorship
Camille Saunders GA Tech Drum Line, NESBE
Carter Kim Theta Chi
Celina Lui North Ave North (NAN)
Christopher Obando Theta Chi, Grand Challenges
Evan Strat  Band Club 
Justin Goveas Theta Chi 
Kelsey Freshour GT Veggie Jackets
Kirthi Rao GT American Medical Student Association
Max Rafferty Theta Chi
Monica Jamison  Technique 
Rachael Price  Phi Mu 
Sarajane Crawford Alpha Chi Omega
Savonte McCuller Medical Health Student Coalition
Sydney Little Phi Mu
William Chung VOICE
Yasmine Bassil Georgia Tech International Ambassadors 

 

Spring 2018 Employee Well-Being Activators

Name Department Represented
Priscilla Gaona Campus Recreation
Emily Wright Center for Education, Integrating Science, Mathematics, & Computing
Sabrina Grossman Center for Education, Integrating Science, Mathematics, & Computing
Kathryn Meehan Quinto Center for Career Discovery and Development
Emma Blandford College of Sciences
Charlie Evans Controller's Office
Amanda Planchard Health Initiatives
Byron Stokes Information Technology Group
Laura Pusateri Institute Communications
Yolanda L. Cameron Legal Affairs & Risk Management
Nakisha Green MBA Program Office
Diana Tiernan Office of Campus Sustainability
James Black Office of Graduate Studies
Alyson Moore Office of International Education
David Crites Parking & Transportation Services
Maria Pinto Procurement and Business Services
Kimberly Cross Stamps Health Services
Jeslin Harrigan Student Center
Robbie Ouzts Vice Provost for Graduate Education & Faculty Development
Sherika Henderson Women's Health

 

Those interested in serving as an activator or helping to develop the program should contact:

Jocelyn Resnick
Health Educator, Health Initiatives
Jocelyn.resnick@health.gatech.edu
(404) 385-5375

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