10 – 11 am
Each year, in communities all across the nation, the Gratitude Graffiti Project inspires new perspectives on how great life can be. This year we’re excited to help the project spread across the state of Washington as our fall wellness campaign.
The Gratitude Graffiti Project is a practice of purposeful appreciation of one’s life through interactive art and other activities. The project encourages participants to think about sources of gratitude in their lives and then provides outlets to express thoughts of thankfulness.
This campaign will genuinely engage employees in your workplace in meaningful ways. And, if you choose, you can take the project out to your community by creating “Gratitude Stops” in shops, schools, libraries, restaurants, offices, and elsewhere.
During this webinar you’ll:
Please join us for an introduction to this unique Thanksgiving wellness challenge!
This webinar is for Trust members only.
Candice Davenport, BSN, MPH, Co-Founder, Gratitude Graffiti Project
Candice is a public health nurse and health educator with the Maplewood, New Jersey Health Department, and Public Health Program Coordinator at Rutgers University. In 2013 she was recognized by the Project for Public Spaces as a Citizen Placemaker for her work on the Gratitude Graffiti Project. Candice graduated from the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing and the New York University Steinhardt School of Education.
Lucila McElroy, BA, Co-Founder, Gratitude Graffiti Project
Lucila is the founder and Dean of the Perfect Mom Reform School and the Administrative Director at Kadampa Meditation Centre in Vancouver, BC. She’s also a certified life coach with over 15 years’ experience coaching people to develop healthy habits of mind (such as gratitude) in the same way they focus on physical habits such as exercise. Lucila’s work has been featured in print, radio, and TV including Real Simple magazine, The Vancouver Sun, Global TV, Sonic Radio, and Go Vancouver!
Jon Smith, Health Promotion Specialist, AWC
Jon’s worked in health education and health promotion more than 25 years. He’s been a health and wellness instructor and program coordinator in K-12 schools, community colleges, and universities. Since 2007 he’s been a member of the AWC Employee Benefit Trust’s health promotion team, providing worksite wellness training, consultation, program planning and support for Trust members across Washington state. Jon earned Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in health education at Central Washington University.
Register now for September 17!
Member registration – Free
Registration or cancellation questions and special accommodations
For TDD users, please use the state’s toll-free relay service, (800) 833-6388, and ask the operator to dial the AWC number.
10 – 11 am
Join the AWC Trust’s health promotion team for an hour full of information and ideas to get your 2016 wellness operating plan started. During this session we’ll explore:
Gather your team for this webinar and make plans for your best year of wellness yet!
Julie McDowell, Health Promotion Supervisor, AWC Employee Benefit Trust
Julie has overseen the workplace health promotion efforts of the AWC Employee Benefit Trust for the past 27 years. As a kid she ran track with famous Arctic explorer Helen Thayer!
Niki Charneski, Health Promotion Specialist, AWC Employee Benefit Trust
Niki earned a Master’s degree in education from Saint Martin’s University in 2000 and taught wellness in the Metro Nashville Virtual School. She’s currently studying the Science of Happiness, an online course through the University of California, Berkeley and the Greater Good Science Center.
Jon Smith, Health Promotion Specialist, AWC Employee Benefit Trust
Jon’s worked in health education and health promotion since the mid-80’s. He started playing tennis when he was five and still plays a couple times a week.
Register now for November 19!
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