Wednesday, October 3, 2018
1:00–2:00 p.m.


Nexus Building, Room 239

Work-Life Wellness for Leaders

Whether an individual has been in their job for 20 years or just starting out, having a comprehensive understanding of factors that can affect your performance and your life at work is essential to your career and your personal life. This program will touch on a few areas that can improve your understanding of making the best out of your Work-Life and help you toward a state of wellness and not just survival. 

Jacqueline Johnston has been a Registered Nurse since 1986. She is a graduate of Stony Brook University’s Adult Nurse Practitioner Program and a Board Certified NP. She worked in primary care for 7 years prior to her position as Director of Health Services here at Adelphi. She is responsible for all facets of student health and health promotion. As well as her role as a Ph.D candidate she is also a member of the Adjunct Faculty at Adelphi University’s College of Nursing & Public Health. During her tenure at Adelphi she has served on several committees including Middle States Accreditation, the Operational Excellence Council as well as being an active participant in the Leadership Management & Diversity Certification programs at the university. She has served as Program Planner for the American College Health Associations National Meetings in Chicago and San Francisco. She received the Student Government Association award in Leadership, Service and Commitment to Excellence, and was named recipient of the Ollie B. Moten Award for Outstanding Service to One’s Institution of Higher Education by the American College Health Association in 2016. She has presented on topics of Suicide Intervention and Bystander Training as well as Work-Life Wellness for the American College of Health. In 2016, she was awarded a grant by the Women’s Giving Circle Foundation to run the Red Watch Band Program providing Bystander Training and CPR to students on campus and again 2018 for the Work-Life Wellness certificate program.

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