Interested in working in the Fitness and Wellness industry? Join us on March 7th during the Fitness & Wellness Career Panel in the Oak Room (IMU) to learn firsthand from professionals currently in the field. We have professionals who work in Physical Therapy, Dietetics, Health Coaching and Aquatics joining during this interactive career night. Take a look at their bios below to learn more about who will be presenting.
Following the Career Panel, consider joining us down the hall in the Frangipani Room for the Fitness & Wellness Career Fair. Employers in attendance are excited to meet with candidates seeking volunteer, internship and full-time entry-level opportunities.
|Chelsea Burris, Aquatic Program Coordinator
The City of Bloomington – Parks & Recreation
Chelsea completed both her undergrad and graduate degrees from the IU School of Public Health-Bloomington. During her undergrad, she focused on public health and then obtained her MPH in Public Health Administration. Chelsea currently serves as the Aquatic Program Coordinator for the City of Bloomington – Parks & Recreation Department.
|Ty Childers, Physical Therapist
IU Health Rehab & Sports Medicine
Ty graduated from Bloomington with a B.S in Exercise Science in 2008 and completed a Doctorate of Physical Therapy at IU-Indianapolis in 2011. Currently, Ty works for IU Health Rehabilitation and Sports Medicine, which is an orthopedic outpatient setting, with a focus on sport and spine.
|Fredna Holmgren, Health Coach
Community Health Network
Fredna is a fitness and wellness enthusiast who received her master’s degree from the IU School of Public Health-Bloomington in 2013. Currently Fredna serves as a Health Coach for Community Health Network where she recognizes that wellness means something different for each person. Her wish is to facilitate her client’s achievement of his or her unique fitness and wellness goals while maintaining a healthy lifestyle.
|Steven Lalevich, Registered Dietitian
Indiana University – Healthy IU
Steven Lalevich is a registered dietitian for Healthy IU, Indiana University’s workplace wellness program. He provides individual nutrition counseling to IU employees, in addition to promoting healthy lifestyles through wellness programs, presentations, and initiatives. Prior to his current position, which he started in 2014, Lalevich spent three years as a clinical dietitian at IU Health Morgan Hospital. He graduated from IU in 2007 with a bachelor’s degree in economics, after which he completed the didactic program in dietetics at IU in 2009 and dietetic internship at Yale-New Haven Hospital in 2010.