Wellness at Work

collage of pictures of wellness ambassadors connecting with colleagues

The journey towards good health and well-being is often very personal, but that doesn’t mean you have to travel alone! Often, we need encouragement and shared experiences with others. Sharing our experiences with others helps create a culture that celebrates and inspires individuals to prioritize and contribute to their overall well-being.

The Role of Wellness Ambassador

Wellness Ambassadors advocate for their unit's wellness needs with Life & Work Connections, help share wellness services of interest to their colleagues, and invite co-workers to participate in wellness activities. In doing so, they personify each of the University's values of integrity, compassion, exploration, adaptation, inclusion, and determination. 

"The activities organized by our ambassador have been so awesome. They've helped me to regularly build time in to address my own personal wellness, and I feel like they also help the college be a stronger team."

— Paige Hacker Bravo, Nurse Simulation Specialist, College of Nursing

Wellness in Action

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Wellness Ambassador: Arlette Cordery

Arlette is the Wellness Ambassador for the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences.  She writes, "I became a wellness ambassador for the College of Social & Behavioral Sciences in 2020 with hopes of highlighting the other parts of our working selves and sharing resources that could make a difference in people’s lives."

Wellness Team at MEZCOPH, Renee Williams, Melissa Garcia, and Lilian Martinez

Wellness Team at Zuckerman College of Public Health

Renee Williams, Melissa Garcia, and Lilian Martinez are the Wellness Ambassador Team at the Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health. Working together and with their colleagues, they're well on their way to building a culture of health and well-being in their office and beyond.

Wellness Ambassador: Angelica Gomez

Angelica is the Wellness Ambassador for Doctor & Patient, Curricular Affairs, College of Medicine. She writes, "One of the greatest things is to feel comfortable in your own skin. Wellness achieves this."

Become a Wellness Ambassador

Cultivate a culture of wellness in your workplace.  Become a Wellness Ambassador today!

Learn How to Apply

Contact Us

Wondering who your department's representative is?

Email: wellnessambassadors@arizona.edu

Have questions about Life & Work Connections?

Connect with the Life & Work Connections Team
Phone: 520-621-2493
Email: lifework@arizona.edu