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Jamie Greenwolf

Jamie Greenwolf M.Ed. - Coordinator of Student Wellness

Jamie is the Coordinator of Student Wellness. He received his Master in Education from James Madison University in College Student Personnel Administration and received a Bachelor’s in Communication from Eastern Michigan University.  He started working at John Carroll in the Spring of 2018 and is the main supervisors to the Peer Health Advocates.

Email: jgreenwolf@jcu.edu
Booking Link: greenwolf.youcanbook.me

 

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Amanda Groves - Graduate Assistant

Amanda is the Graduate Assistant for Health Promotion & Wellness, studying Clinical Mental Health Counseling.  In addition to her work as a Graduate Assistant, Amanda also interns at the JCU Counseling Center.  Amanda earned her Bachelor's degree in Psychology from Bowling Green State University and a Master's degree in Higher Education from Baldwin Wallace University.

Email: agroves21@jcu.edu
Booking Link: amanda-groves.youcanbook.me

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Peer Health Advocates

Relational PHAs

Anabelle Nietupski

Name and Pronouns: Anabelle Nietupski, She/Her/Hers 
Major/Minor:  Communication/Sociology and Criminology Pre-law
Year in School:  4th Year
Topics of Special Interest: Dating; LGBTQ+
Why did you want to be a PHA?  I love presenting and have no shame talking about sensitive topics. I also love learning and growing personally while helping the campus learn and grow as well.

 

Autumn Franz

Name and Pronouns: Autumn Franz, She/Her/Hers or They/Them/Theirs
Major:  Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies and Sociology with a concentration in Diversity, Culture, and Inclusion
Year in School:  4th Year
Topics of Special Interest: Self Sabotage and Toxic Relationships, Mental Health Issues' Effects on Relationships, LGBTQIA+ Relationships, etc.
Why did you want to be a PHA?  I wanted to take the knowledge I had about relational health and share it with others, while being able to learn more myself in                                         the process, hopefully to help other people to create less harmful and more                                                     fulfilling relationships. 

  

Gabriella Phillips

Name and Pronouns: Bella Phillips, She/Her/Hers
Major:  Psychology
Year in School:  4th Year
Topics of Special Interest:  Stress relief, anxiety management, body positive and healthy relationships.
Why did you want to be a PHA?  I wanted to be a PHA because I know how important it is for students to be educated on their health and who better to hear it from than your peers! Hearing stories like mine is was helped me get through                                                 some of my hardest times and I want the opportunity to do that for others on                                                 our campus.

 

Christina Carocci

Name and Pronouns: Christina Carroci, She/Her/Hers
Major:  Psychology
Year in School:  2nd Year
Why did you want to be a PHA?  I am dedicated to helping others, and want to share insight on wellness with my classmates.

 

 

Jamie Casamento

Name and Pronouns: Jamie Casamento, She/Her/Hers
Major:  Marketing and Human Resource Management
Year in School:  2nd Year
Why did you want to be a PHA?  I want to help others and spread awareness on topics having to do with healthy relationships. I want to help create a safe and open environment here at John Carroll University.

 

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Behavioral PHAs

John Garmon

Name and Pronouns: John Garmon, He/Him/His
Major:  Exercise Science
Year in School:  4th Year
Topics of Special Interest:  The effects of exercise and nutrition on the body.
Why did you want to be a PHA?  With aspirations of being a chiropractor, I believe it is important to care for the whole person. Being a PHA allows me to spread this care for the whole person to such a vast platform. Even if what I do helps one person, I consider that a win.

 

Shannon O'Mara

Name and Pronouns: Shannon O'Mara, She/Her/Hers
Major:  Psychology with Mental Health Services
Year in School:  3rd Year
Topics of Special Interest:  body image issues, self-esteem related issues
Why did you want to be a PHA?  I want to help promote positive self-image here at John Carroll! I also want to work towards helping others find healthy coping mechanisms to work through their stress!

 

Mary Sessions

Name and Pronouns: Mary Sessions, She/Her/Hers
Major:  Exercise Science
Year in School:  2nd Year
Why did you want to be a PHA?  To help people lead healthy lifestyles here on campus and share my passion for health!

 

 

 

 

Hannah Parson PHA

Name and Pronouns: Hannah Parson, She/Her/Hers
Major:  Biology
Year in School:  2nd Year
Topics of Special Interest:  I am passionate about preventing substance abuse and educating individuals on how to be safe, healthy and responsible.
Why did you want to be a PHA?  I am very passionate about helping people and I believe that it is important for John Carroll students to be supportive of each other.

 

Angela Burns

Name and Pronouns: Angela (Ang) Burns, She/Her/Hers
Major:  Biology, Spanish and Hispanic Studies Minor
Year in School:  3rd Year
Topics of Special Interest:  I'm very passionate about preventing substance abuse and promoting self-love!
Why did you want to be a PHA?  I wanted to become a PHA because I am very passionate about helping others and I love to see others grow!

 

Katherine Asbury

Name and Pronouns: Katherine Asbury, She/Her/Hers
Major:  Psychology with a minor in Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies
Year in School:  2nd Year
Topics of Special Interest:  Anxiety and depression, sexual assault survival, toxic relationships, trauma recovery, and self-image.
Why did you want to be a PHA?  My biggest goal in life is to help others to find the strength and motivation within themselves to grow from their past hardships and traumas. I wanted to be a PHA so that I could use my past experiences to relate to and assist in the recovery of my peers from mental health issues.

 

Olivia DeJohn

Name and Pronouns: Olivia DeJohn, She/Her/Hers
Major:  Criminology/Pre-Law
Year in School:  2nd Year
Topics of Special Interest:  Anxiety and depression, sexual assault survival, toxic relationships, trauma recovery, and self-image.
Why did you want to be a PHA?  I wanted to be a part of something bigger than myself and have a meaningful impact on my community and generation.

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Physical PHAs

Haley Kovach

Name and Pronouns: Haley Kovach, She/Her/Hers
Major:  Psychology (Neuroscience), Pre-med
Year in School:  3rd Year
Topics of Special Interest:  Sleep and Mindfulness
Why did you want to be a PHA?  I wanted to share ways to make small changes to better students' lifestyle and create more positivity around campus.

 

 

 

Amelia El-Mahdy

Name and Pronouns: Amelia El-Mahdy, She/Her/Hers
Major:  Cell and Molecular Biology
Year in School:  3rd Year
Topics of Special Interest:  Health inequality, food deserts
Why did you want to be a PHA?  To be able to educate my peers about health issues around campus as well as become knowledgeable myself about issues in the community that I can continue to address as I pursue being physician.

 

Bobby Fogle PHA

Name and Pronouns: Bobby Fogle, He/Him/Hiss
Major:  Cell and Molecular Biology
Year in School:  3rd Year
Topics of Special Interest:  Physical and Mental Well-Being
Why did you want to be a PHA?  To meet and help others