Friday Replay: Winter Breaking News
With Guest: Beth Grampetro, MPH, CHES
Students are smack in the middle of Winter Break and now is the time when news travels - and may hit hard. Thinking of leaving school? Transferring? Changing major? Moving in with a lover? Breaking up with one? This episode of “Office Hours with Dr. De Veau” is about the families and the students they are here to support. With returning guest, Beth Grampetro MPH, CHES.
Beth Grampetro is a regular guest for “Office Hours with Dr. De Veau”. Beth holds a B.S in Community Health from Hofstra University and an MPH in Community Health Education from the University of Massachusetts. As a Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES), Beth is a thought leader in the best practices in College Health and Wellness. She is experienced at supervising administrative and clinical staff, budget management, data analysis/reporting, and inter-departmental collaboration within the College Health field having served at Olin College of Engineering, Mount Ida College, Boston Conservatory of Music and Boston University. A skilled public speaker and facilitator, Beth currently serves as the Director of Wellness and Health Promotion and Chief Wellness Officer at Simmons University in Boston.
Dr. Laura De Veau is Principal & Founder of Fortify Associates, LLC. Fortify Associates, LLC is unique in the higher education, not-for-profit, and public service market. They provide comprehensive workshops, program reviews and project management services with a combination of in-person and virtual delivery. Fortify Associates is committed to creating experiences that are unique to the needs and culture of each of their clients. Fortify Associates wants to elevate your organization and help you optimize your workplace. As a Predictive Index partner, Fortify can leverage the power of PI with the knowledge and talent of the Fortify team to create a truly unique set of offerings. Contact Dr. De Veau
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