Katy Keene

Author's details

Name: Katy Keene
Date registered: October 24, 2013

Biography

Katy Keene is a health and wellness enthusiast both in her personal life and at the workplace where she enjoys the opportunity to support and share her passion through her position at Crowley Maritime Corporation. Katy is the Manager of Employee Programs at Crowley where she manages the corporate wellness program in addition to the charitable giving program and supports the talent management and employee survey processes. Katy has double major bachelor degrees in Management and Marketing with an emphasis in sales and customer relationship management from Florida State University. Katy focuses on increasing employee engagement, promoting the wellness culture and increasing overall health of the employees. She continually strives to grow and develop in the health and wellness field through further education, freelance writing on corporate wellness and speaking opportunities. She is certified as a Corporate Wellness Program Coordinator, Nutrition and Wellness Consultant, Personal Trainer, and is a Kickboxing Instructor.

Latest posts

  1. Building a Culture of Health & Wellness — November 25, 2013
  2. The Corporate Wellness Bandwagon — October 24, 2013

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Nov 25

Building a Culture of Health & Wellness

Live Well

Building a successful wellness program within an organization takes time, dedication and effort but it can be done. To be successful, an organization must establish a solid foundation and then add one block at a time as the program begins to thrive. To achieve this success, an organization must identify and implement specific and strategic …

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Oct 24

The Corporate Wellness Bandwagon

wellness

This is the first in what we hope becomes a series of blogs discussing corporate wellness. We hope you enjoy and join in on the conversation. “Worksite wellness”, “well-being”, “culture of health”….these are all trending tag lines that represent an overall focus on a major concern affecting more than the average employees, it is also …

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