Posted By NWI,
Friday, November 3, 2017
Updated: Wednesday, November 1, 2017
The National Wellness Institute is proud to announce our new Board President and Board members. Please help us welcome them!
Michael Arloski, PhD, PCC, CWP, a long-time NWI supporter and current member of the BOD, has accepted the position of President. Dr. Arloski is a wellness psychologist and has pioneered the field of wellness coaching. He has conducted over thirty presentations at the prestigious National Wellness Conference. Educating and supporting great wellness coaches through his company, Real Balance Global Wellness Services, Michael Arloski is dedicated to improving health worldwide. A licensed psychologist, professional certified coach (ICF), author, speaker, wellness consultant and pioneer, Michael wears many hats but with the singular focus of helping people achieve Lasting Lifestyle Change. His company has trained over 4,000 wellness coaches worldwide.
Tabatha Elsberry-Hyatt, MBA, CHES, CMI, CWS, CWWPC, has been a long-time NWI member and currently serves as co-chair of our “Heart 2 Heart” committee/family. She also sits on the NWI Membership committee. Her wellness career combined with an electric personality made her a perfect fit for the NWI Board. Tabatha resides in Montana with her family.
Brian Schroeder, MHA, is a health and wellness administrative professional experienced in clinical, education, financial, and research operations. He currently serves as Administrative Director - Corporate Wellness, Occupational Health, and Volunteer Services for Eskenazi Health. Besides being a Board member of NWI, he is also a Board member of The Wellness Council of Indiana and Jump IN for Healthy Kids.
Kristi Leonard is the Assistant Dean of Students, Wellness and Well-Being at Central College in Iowa. She was previously an Associate Professor of Wellness, the Wellness Department Chair, and Faculty Chair at Waldorf College. Besides earning her CWP, she holds Master Degrees in Community Health Education and Student Development in Postsecondary Education. She also has a Doctor of Education (EdD) in Community Health; and bachelor’s degrees in Psychology, Secondary Ed, and Spanish.