Colleen M. Faltus, MS, CPT

Corporate Well-being Program Manager. Certified Personal Trainer. Lifestyle Medicine Aficionado.

WHO AM I: Corporate Well-being Program Manager and Consultant, lifestyle medicine aficionado, puzzle solver, avid wisdom seeker and learner, people-centric community builder, small-business supporter, chocolate and tea lover, foodie, shutter bug, wanderluster, and city dweller. EDUCATION: Colleen earned her BS degree in Applied Exercise Science from Springfield College (2008) and MS degree in Nutrition and Health Promotion at Simmons College (2015). PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE: Colleen has experience writing, speaking, and developing health and well-being programs for both commercial clients at Equinox as well as corporate clients including Google and State Street Corporation. Her knowledge and expertise in the development and implementation of individual and population-based health and well-being programs embodies the significance of lifestyle medicine solutions for sustainable, positive health outcomes. STRENGTHS: workplace well-being assessment and program design, community and relationship building, people-centric, honest and transparent communication, organized and detail-oriented WORK-IN-PROGRESS: analytical thinking, language learning SPECIALTIES: organizational health and well-being program planning and implementation, lifestyle medicine practices and solutions, disease and stress-management, individual and population-based exercise prescriptions INTERESTS: childhood health and well-being, obesity prevention, chronic disease management and prevention through lifestyle medicine practices, public health programming and education, public policy, and sugar-sweetened beverage eradication
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