Exercise is Medicine on Campus Leadership Team
Our program could not be successful without the contributions from our Kinesiology Club along with dedicated faculty and staff.
EiMOC Advisory Committee
Melissa serves as the faculty coordinator of the EiMOC initiative, working with the entire team and the Kines club to put together a fantastic EiM week as well as year round strategies for institutionalizing EiMOC. She supervises a number of student interns devoted to EiMOC . If you have questions about Penn State’s EiMOC campaign you can email her at email@example.com.
Campus Coordinator: Kelsey Holland
Kelsey serves as the coordinator of the EiMOC program. As the Supervisor in the Center for Fitness and Wellness, she works with the team to organize events and promote Exercise is Medicine to the Penn State Community. For programming and partnerships you can reach Kelsey at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Public Relations: Lori Gravish-Hurtack
Lori works with a dedicated student team to reach out to community partners and sponsors. She is responsible for outreach and engagement with the student population and handles our Dean’s Walk.
Michele works closely with all of the exercise stations leaders for EiM week, handling logistics and details. She is also a co-founder of the Mobile EiM program.
David was responsible for forming the first committee of Kinesiology students and faculty to launch our first EiMOC week in 2012. David served as the coordinator from 2012-2015 and helped us achieve our first Silver level designation for our program.
We could not continue to be a successful EiMOC program without the support of Kinesiology Department Head Nancy Williams and College of Health and Human Development Dean Craig Newschaffer.
EiMOC week Exercise Station Leaders
Our EiMOC week couldn’t happen without the support of faculty who lead exercise stations during our week. These enthusiastic leaders were instrumental to our successful week in 2018.