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Kevin Meier, MPH

Assistant Director HPaW

Assistant Director HPaW

Strengths: Individualization | Learner | Achiever | Input | Analytical

Kevin joined Health Promotion and Wellness (HPaW) at Northwestern University in May of 2015 and serves as the Assistant Director of HPaW. His portfolio of work contains much of the large-scale population-based education and outreach initiatives including online health education courses and social norms and awareness campaigns. He is working to enhance the AOD educational opportunities for Northwestern students allowing them to responsibly navigate substance use while in college and beyond. He actively maintains the Wellness at Northwestern website so students can easily navigate the abundance of resources available at Northwestern supporting student well-being in all eight dimensions of wellness. Kevin also serves as the advisor of WATCH, a peer health education group born out of the Red Watch Band bystander intervention program.

Kevin earned his B.S. in Community Health from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign and a Masters in Public Health from the University of Wisconsin – La Crosse. Prior to joining Northwestern, Kevin served 5 years as a Health Educator at Loyola University Chicago. Outside of work, Kevin loves to take in a Cubs or Hawks game, be outdoors grilling, biking, hiking, or relaxing by a campfire. As a promoter of wellness, Kevin practices self-care as often as possible often by taking long weekends to rest and recharge as well as getting a massage at least once every month.

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