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Wellness Ambassadors

UC Berkeley Wellness Ambassadors are faculty and staff volunteers who are passionate about health and wellness and interested in helping to create a safe and healthy workplace culture within their unit or department. Wellness Ambassadors commit as little as one hour a month promoting Be Well at Work programs for faculty and staff. 

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Wellness Ambassador Spotlights

The WellnessAmbassadorspotlight features faculty/staff volunteers who want to inspire others through their story and highlight their departments success in creating a culture of wellness

Become a Wellness Ambassador Today!

You may sign up to become a Wellness Ambassador at any time. Just follow these four simple steps:

Step 1: Identify who will be on your communication list or if there are other Wellness Ambassadors within your department.

Step 2: Obtain approval from your supervisor or manager (if needed).

Step 3: Complete the online registration form 

Step 4: Check your inbox for a confirmation email from Cori Evans, Wellness Ambassador Program Coordinator.

Wellness Ambassadors Toolkit

The Wellness Ambassador Toolkit includes program materials designed to:

  • assist you in understanding your responsibilities as a Wellness Ambassador
  • introduce you to Be Well at Work Wellness programs and services for faculty and staff
  • provide you with additional resources to create a healthy workplace

Communication Tools

Current Department Workshops

Health Improvement Programs

Healthy Campus

Be Well at Work - Wellness Program strives to support UC Berkeley in becoming a healthier campus through programs, resources, strategies, and policies that address the environment to make the healthy choice the easy choice. 

Berkeley Healthy Campus

Berkeley’s Healthy Campus Initiative (HCI) is the umbrella for new activities the campus is taking to improve the health and well-being of our campus communities. With so many students, staff, and faculty working on health and wellness efforts, it is an exciting time to engage in personal and community-level changes. We hope you will join us!