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Wello Welcomes New Members to Board of Directors

Last month, Wello welcomed three new members to our Board of Directors. They include Allie Barthen, Melinda Danforth, and Sri Kantamneni. You can see the full Wello Board by scrolling down on the About page. Allie Barthen Allie is the Senior Director, Client Delivery for Breakthrough.  “I have a passion for our community, as I…

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Celebrating Five Years as Wello

On October 3, 2018 at Ariens Hill in the Titletown District, we officially launched our rebrand as Wello and declared our new vision to address barriers to well-being through a community building approach.  We introduced you to our new name, brand colors, and most importantly, our mission to co-create community conditions that are fair and…

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Dr. Lyerly Discusses the Importance of Frogger on Well-Being

Dr. Kristin Lyerly, obstetrician/gynecologist and Wello Board member, joined Wello for the third and final Crosswalk Education and Enforcement or “Frogger” event as part of the Yield to Your Neighbor campaign. She attended the De Pere effort held at S. Broadway and Bromier St. on October 4th. Dr. Lyerly shares her experience as a doctor in…

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Wello Featured as Panelist for National League of Cities Webinar

Wello Executive Director Natalie Bomstad and Wello board member and City of Green Bay Human Resources CEO Joe Faulds served as panelists for the National League of Cities “Local Innovations for Wellbeing” webinar. Wello and the City of Green Bay were highlighted for out innovative approach in collecting well-being data of our residents and taking action…

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Featured Initiative: Food Solidarity Model to Drive Well-Being

Wello’s Cultivating Community is a well-being centered local food system that models how to get food to the community in ways that support physical, mental, social and environmental well-being while addressing inequities and demonstrate how communities can prioritize local food at multiple, coordinated levels of the local and regional food system. Learn more about this…

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Wello and Green Bay Police Partner on Yield to Your Neighbor Magnets

New to the Yield to Your Neighbor campaign are magnets to help spread and scale the message of yielding because it’s safer, it’s courteous, and it’s the law when moving throughout our community. Wello has partnered with the Green Bay Police Department as the first law enforcement agency to put the magnets on their vehicles.…

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UpNorthNews Radio Farm to School Feature

Beth Heller of the Wello team was on UpNorthNews radio and joined Wello board member and long range planning committee chair, Dr. Kristin Lyerly, for a Healthy Hometowns feature to talk about the value of Farm to School and its growth and impact on our region! You can listen to the segment here. UpNorthNews Wello…

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Wello and Partners Bring Spotlight to Community Well-Being Efforts

One of Wello’s organizational values is shared risk, work, and celebration. This means we grow trust by sharing in the work and risks associated with driving just opportunities to health, and also celebrate the resulting successes. This celebration is important to both maintain and build momentum locally, as well as shine a bright spot on…

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