What is a Wellness Advocate?
CMU wellness advocates are individuals from main campus and off-campus sites selected from an application process for their passion and commitment to wellness and well-being. These advocates will be welcoming new employees to their respective buildings/departments, running wellness challenges/events/programs and are available to answer questions you may have about the CMU employee wellness program.
CMU Wellness Advocate Program
Want to Become an Advocate?
Applications are being accepted for the 2018-19 fiscal year. Complete and submit an application to be considered.
2019-20 Wellness Advocate Application
2019-20 CMU Wellness Advocates
|Bovee University Center||Summer Baldwin/Bovee 110C|
|Brooks Hall||Jessica Lapp/Brooks 219|
|Carlin Alumni House||Brittany Milan|
|College of Medicine||Tara Schultz/CMED Saginaw|
Nicole Wright/CMED South
|Combined Services Bldg.||Vacant|
|Engineering and Technology (ET)||Angie Reeves/ET 200|
|Education and Human Services (EHS)||Brandi Ansley/EHS 352|
Mindy Keck/EHS 421
|Foust||Lenora Calkins/Foust 251|
Robin Decker/Foust 251
David Harvey/Atlanta-US East
|Health Professions Building||Vacant|
|Moore Hall||Tricia Kierst/Moore 436|
|Music ||Alicia Valoti/Music 174|
|Park Library||Melissa James/Park 310|
Christine Berthume/Ronan 330
|Rowe Hall||Donna Blem/Rowe 108|
|University Recreation, Events & Conferences (UREC)||Vacant|
Barb Torpy/WA 112
Sue Garrett/WA 302
Alana Parsons/WA 304