Meet the Team
Jennifer earned her master's degree in Health Promotion and Wellness Management and her bachelor's degree in Rehabilitation Services, both from Springfield College in Springfield, MA. She is a certified worksite wellness program manager and her work focuses on holistic health and wellness, behavior modification, sleep, and stress management. As the director of the Center for Student Well-Being, she oversees a department that provides programs, activities, and information designed to keep USF students well-balanced and successful in college.
Courtney earned her master's degree in Health Science, specializing in Community Health Education and Health Administration, and her bachelor's degree in Health Science, both from Towson University in Towson, MD. Courtney is a Certified Health Education Specialist and provides oversight of the Center for Student Well-Being in the Marshall Student Center, the Wellness Living Learning Community, and Nutrition/Healthy Eating programs.
Alcohol and Other Drug Prevention Coordinator
Amy earned her master's degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in Health Behavior and her bachelor's degree in Human Services from Elon University. Amy works to create an environment where the healthy choice is the easiest and most accessible. She partners with campus and community organizations on a number of high-risk drinking and substance use prevention initiatives.
Katie is a Registered and licensed Dietitian who specializes in promoting nutrition-specific topics through the Center for Student Well-Being. She graduated from Georgia Southern University with a bachelor's degree in Nutrition and Food Science and earned her master's degree in Public Health from USF.