Walsh Duffield is pleased to share that our Wellness Coordinator, Sarah Ray has been named as one of the Wellness Council of America (WELCOA)’s Top 25 Health Promotion Professionals. Sarah placed 4th among many national applicants.
In order to qualify for this national recognition, nominees are ranked by their professional development, demonstrated success, leadership, innovation and compelling vision within the wellness space. Additionally, they must be currently creating, coordinating, and maintaining ongoing health promotion programs. This award is unique to the field in that scoring is based not only on votes from a peer group, but also by the empirical review of a distinguished judging panel.
Keeping our Clients Safe & Well
Sarah is one of three wellness coordinators on staff at Walsh Duffield, focused on bringing wellness and risk management solutions to Walsh Duffield’s clients and their employees. She has her combined bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Dietetics from D’Youville College and is a Registered Dietitian. Sarah’s background allows her to provide one-on-one nutrition consultations to employees – which is one of the many services she offers to our clients and our internal staff.
“You really need to be passionate about the field as you are serving as a role model for those around you – at home, at the grocery store, at work … You wear your wellness hat all the time” Ray explained.
Sarah’s positive attitude and passion for well-being have helped the Walsh Duffield wellness team continue to evolve and explore new solutions both internally and for our clients. Congratulations to Sarah on this well-deserved honor!
Full link to Sarah’s nomination
To learn more about the Wellness Services that Walsh Duffield offers to our clients, click here.
WELCOA (The Wellness Council of America)
WELCOA is one of the nation’s most-respected resources for building high-performing, healthy workplaces. With a 30 year history and more than 5,000 corporate members, WELCOA has an impeccable reputation for helping business and health professionals improve employee well-being and create healthier organizational cultures.