The WELL Podcast

Tune in to LiveWELL's podcast series, connecting you in a fun new way to living WELL. Listen in anytime, anywhere with hosts, and fellow teammates, Jennifer Kees and Seth Christopher.  Learn more about the podcast co-hosts.

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The Latest Episodes

Episode 61: The Wonders of Watermelon 
This episode is so fun. Seth and Jen have a candid conversation about watermelon. Listen today to hear some fun facts and benefits of this favorite summertime fruit.   

Episode 60: Smart Summer Savings – Don’t Get Burned by Inflation 
Don’t you love summer foods like fruits and vegetables? Cindy walks us through the most cost-effective way to get fresh produce and not break the bank. To learn more about Farmer’s Markets, check out our Nutrition YouTube Playlist.   

Episode 59: Finding Joy in Movement 
In today’s episode, Seth and Jen speak with Tonja Jordan with Atrium Health Navicent. She shares her journey of weight loss through discovering movement and exercise. Her story is inspiring and raw, so don’t miss this episode.    

Attention Atrium Health Navicent teammates! You too can join the Navicent Health Wellness center. Click the link for more info:    

Atrium Health Greater Charlotte and Floyd teammates can take advantage of our Active & Fit Partnership. For more info click here:

Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist teammates can take advantage of their two fitness centers. For more info go to the Best Health 4 Us website.

Shoulders On Which We Stand – Episode 2 
On the second episode of the Shoulders On Which We Stand, Assistant Professor  Andrea McKinnond will sit down with Professor and Chair of the Department of Social Sciences and Health Policy who has committed his life’s work to advocating for health equity in the LGBTQ+ community. We will also hear from someone standing on Dr. Rhode’s shoulders but leading in his own right program, manager Manuel Garcia. Do not miss this exciting episode which airs during June 2022.  

Episode 58: Exercise and Mental Well-Being 
We all know exercise is good for the body, but did you know it also benefits the mind? On today’s episode, Seth and Jen discuss how exercise can help mental well-being through focus, improved mood and much more.  

Episode 57: Your Guide Through PeopleConnect 
Atrium Health offers several great resources to teammates about topics through our PeopleConnect and Teammate site. Cindy takes some time today to talk you through these sites so you can find answers to your questions quickly. 

Interested in more podcasts? Check out the other episodes by visiting YouTube.

Meet The WELL Podcast Co-Hosts

Jennifer Kees, MPH, CHES, CES 
Senior HR Consultant, Total Rewards, Atrium Health 

Jennifer is busting the notion the journey to good health must be hard to reap the benefits. She believes finding what makes you feel great and ultimately living your healthiest, best life can be - dare we say it - fun!   

With more than twenty years in fitness and health promotion, Jennifer strives to help shine light on health and well-being solutions that meet teammates where they are, working to find and provide a range of well-being resources and tools. No single approach is the solution. It's all about finding what makes you feel like your best self.  

Jennifer holds a Masters of Health Promotion and Exercise Science, and a Master of Public Health from California University of Pennsylvania and Liberty University. Jennifer enjoys quality time with her family and is always on the lookout for a good mystery book or enlightening podcast. Recommendations are appreciated!  

Seth Christopher, MS 
Senior HR Consultant, Total Rewards, Atrium Health 

Seth wants each tomorrow to be better than it’s today. He believes through good health we have opportunities to fully experience the world. To be happy and look back with a feeling that you’ve lived and lived well.   

As a first-generation high-school graduate, Seth discovered first-hand not all experiences are created equal. This grew into a passion for finding solutions to the real problems impacting health and well-being for diverse populations, and how we can make quality care more accessible for all. Today, Seth brings more than 10 years’ experience working with worksite health management processes and analytics to create well-being solutions for all our teammates.    

Seth holds a MS in Health and Exercise Science from Wake Forest University and a BA in Exercise and Sport Science from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He enjoys winning at home first, landing a solid dad joke, and bringing out the best in others.