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Michelle Reeves

Director of Health and Wellbeing
mreeves@twu.edu
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“Juggling school, work, and family can make wellbeing feel like an add-on. If I have time, I will work out. One day, I will learn how to manage my finances., etc. What I have come to discover is that health and wellbeing are absolutes. I am a better colleague, student, and mom when I prioritize my own self-care. This is not about being perfect, but it is about learning to thrive so that I can better serve the people around me. That act of serving starts with me.”

Allison Meguro

Allison Meguro

Assistant Director of Health and Wellbeing
ameguro@twu.edu
linkedin.com/in/ameguro

 “Wellbeing is a decision we have to make every day. It can be hard work but it is important work. We have to be able to create conditions for ourselves to thrive physically, mentally, emotionally and in all ways possible. I feel passionate about encouraging our students to practice self-care every day because I have learned that it is much better to take small steps towards wellbeing daily than to neglect our wellbeing and find ourselves in crisis. We all deserve to live a balanced life.”

Paloma Silva

Paloma Silva

Graduate Assistant
psilva2@twu.edu

“The first step in defining what wellbeing should look like is accepting that everyone can reach their own ideal definitions. It gives me permission to really invest in myself and strive for a fulfilling and high quality life.”

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