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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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Responding to the Top Reasons People Aren’t Taking the Well-Being Survey

All people. Thriving. No exceptions. This is a vision of what your life and the life of every person in our community can be. The first step toward making that a reality is to understand where we are at at this moment in time. To do that, we must ask. The Wello Community Health and…

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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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