CAMPUS WELLNESS 360

Research-infused partnership. Program series on essential student health issues.

Year-long wellness series with curricula and expert speakers. 

Your students are diverse in their needs and deserve to fully embrace critical life skills and health issues. Have our team of 50+ national experts at the ready to support your entire educational community. Craft a series to exceed your expectations and match your mission.

Provide your community with direct in-person or online access to compelling Ivy League professors, exciting activists, and brilliant storytellers.

Fit your needs with mission-based content with your choice of topics, dates, and times.

Deliver consistent wellness education with research-supported developmental sensitivity.

 

Your students are diverse in their needs and deserve to fully embrace critical life skills and health issues. Have our team of 50+ national experts at the ready to support your entire educational community. Craft a series to exceed your expectations and match your mission.

Provide your community with direct in-person or online access to compelling Ivy League professors, exciting activists, and brilliant storytellers.

Fit your needs with mission-based content with your choice of topics, dates, and times.

Deliver consistent wellness education with research-supported developmental sensitivity.

How We Help

Diverse Voices

Open your campus to perspectives from various racial, ethnic, religious, gender, and other identities. Ensure your community feels fully represented and supported.

Comprehensive Series

Stay ahead of issues, instead of reacting. Integrate consistent instruction and conversation on many wellness and safety topics, rather than choosing a couple per year.

Mission & Vision Match

Ensure experts and their content are a match to your values. Align handbook policies and definitions for misconduct with what is being taught and trained.

Economic Solution

Schools without a full-time or in-house counselor, health educator, or substance abuse specialist can still offer a comprehensive wellness education program at a fraction of the cost of even one salary.

Nationally Renowned Expertise

From Ivy League PhDs to compelling lived experiences, unlock a wide array of voices. Handpick from authors, influencers, activists, and researchers for your programming.

Customized Fit

Use what you have and just get what you need. Craft programming and resources to fill in gaps and augment critical issues. Complement your values and commitment to diversity and inclusion.

Diverse Voices

Open your campus to perspectives from various racial, ethnic, religious, gender, and other identities. Ensure your community feels fully represented and supported.

Comprehensive Series

Stay ahead of issues, instead of reacting. Integrate consistent instruction and conversation on many wellness and safety topics, rather than choosing a couple per year.

Mission & Vision Match

Ensure experts and their content are a match to your values. Align handbook policies and definitions for misconduct with what is being taught and trained.

Economic Solution

Schools without a full-time or in-house counselor, health educator, or substance abuse specialist can still offer a comprehensive wellness education program at a fraction of the cost of even one salary.

Nationally Renowned Expertise

From Ivy League PhDs to compelling lived experiences, unlock a wide array of voices. Handpick from authors, influencers, activists, and researchers for your programming.

Customized Fit

Use what you have and just get what you need. Craft programming and resources to fill in gaps and augment critical issues. Complement your values and commitment to diversity and inclusion.

Experience & Impact

5000+

Schools & Universities Reached
Nationally & Globally

45-80%

Savings on HR
& Procurement

10x

Added Diversity of
Staff Support

How CW360 Benefits Communities

PK-12th grade school serving 275 students supplements guidance staffing.

Add a comprehensive health and wellness educational plan and provide counseling. Lighten the load of the single staff member tasked to cover the entire school’s guidance and wellness needs.

Top-ranked independent school adds network of diverse national resources.

Supplement in-house and local resources with acclaimed and inspirational perspectives. Increase diversity to further challenge and engage the academic community.

Specialized school with non-traditional aged students delivers tailored content.

Engage graduate students to match their academic and career endeavors. Prepare for future risk management and professional obligations with hand-picked presenters and germane topics. 

PK-12th grade school serving 275 students supplements guidance staffing.

Add a comprehensive health and wellness educational plan and provide counseling. Lighten the load of the single staff member tasked to cover the entire school’s guidance and wellness needs.

Top-ranked independent school adds network of diverse national resources.

Supplement in-house and local resources with acclaimed and inspirational perspectives. Increase diversity to further challenge and engage the academic community.

Specialized school with non-traditional aged students delivers tailored content.

Engage graduate students to match their academic and career endeavors. Prepare for future risk management and professional obligations with hand-picked presenters and germane topics. 

Meet CW360 Presenters

Katie

Katie

Program Architect ++

Katie Koestner has lectured at over 5000 colleges and high schools in North America. She has appeared on the cover of TIME Magazine, on Oprah, CNN, MSNBC, Good Morning America, Larry King Live, is the subject of an HBO Movie, as well as dozens of other national news programs.

Gordon

Gordon

Masculinity ++

Gordon Braxton previously served as the Director of Men’s Outreach on Sexual Assault Prevention at Harvard University. Gordon has a master’s degree from the Harvard Graduate School of Education. He is also the author of “Empowering Black Boys to Challenge Rape Culture.”

Merve

Merve

Social Media ++

Merve Lapus is responsible for national partnerships for Common Sense Education to impact communities using technology for learning and life. Merve has over 18 years of experience driving education technology initiatives and building educator confidence through and strategic implementation.

L.Y.

L.Y.

Dating Violence ++

L.Y. Marlow is the founder of Saving Promise, a national domestic violence organization inspired by her family story of five generations of domestic violence. She is also a principal of the Harvard Learning Lab to research and implement prevention strategies for intimate partner violence.

Kean

Kean

Mental Health ++

Kean J. Hsu is an Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at Georgetown University. His research investigates how basic cognitive processes exacerbate symptom severity of depression and anxiety. He is interested in increasing awareness of mental health issues in under-served communities.

Elisa

Elisa

Substance Use ++

Dr. Elisa Trucco is an Assistant Professor of Psychology and Director of the Research on Adolescent and Child Health (ReACH) Lab. Her research identifies biological, social, and personality factors that lead to alcohol, e-cigarette, and drug use among adolescents and young adults.

Tierra

Tierra

Diversity & Inclusivity ++

Tierra Barber has worked professionally in athletics at the national level for over a decade. Within Baylor University Athletics, Tierra served as Assistant Athletic Director for Student-Athlete Development. She presents nationally on sexual misconduct, harassment, diversity, and cyber-civility.

Quinn

Quinn

Gender Identity ++

Quinn Drew has a strong interest in educating on the LGBTQ communities and has been a key player in the design of LGBT Safe Zone curricula at several Higher Education Institutions. Quinn has been voted by both peers and students as a top presenter at statewide and regional conferences.

Amanda

Amanda

Healthy Relationships ++

Amanda Blaugher serves as the Title IX Director at Gettysburg College. She is also the Program Director for the Take Back the Night Foundation and the Curriculum Director for Campus Outreach Services. She was awarded a Certificate of Advocacy from the United States Department of Veteran Affairs in 2016.

Travis

Travis

Leadership ++

Travis Marshall was raised by his hard-working mother who is a domestic violence survivor. He now works as an instructor, advisor, and administrator at Rosemont College, where he helps students harness their personal strengths, skills, civility, tolerance, and leadership.

Sam

Sam

Bullying ++

Dr. Samuel Song is an Associate Professor and Director of School Psychology programs at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. His research examines school mental health promotion programs with a focus on minoritized communities. He is President of Division 16 (School Psychology) of the APA.

Belinha

Belinha

Technology ++

Dr. Belinha De Abreu is a global media literacy educator and author. She served as an International Expert to the Forum on Media & Information Literacy for UNESCO. Her research interests include media literacy education, educational technology, global perspectives, critical thinking, and privacy.

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