The Wellness Council of Wisconsin (WCWI) is pleased to announce its new Executive Director, Tyler Roberts. With more than 15 years of experience, Tyler has been helping people and organizations to improve their health and well-being. More recently, he ran the employee wellness program for Rexnord, headquartered in Milwaukee, serving more than 4,000 employees nation-wide. Under his guidance, Rexnord's program has achieved WELCOA's Gold Well Workplace Award. Tyler enjoys implementing programs and working with the participants to make health improvements.
A graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point with a BS in Health Promotion/Wellness, Tyler has also worked for UW School of Medicine as well as ProHealth Care Medical Associates, where he consulted many local employers on designing effective workplace wellness programs. Tyler is married and has two kids, ages 11 and 8. When he’s not at work, he enjoys traveling, building things, and outdoor activities. As the new Executive Director of WCWI, Tyler is looking forward to taking on new challenges, and helping WCWI members in building comprehensive wellness programs to transform workplace cultures and change lives.
As we welcome Tyler on June 22nd, we thank Jessica Raddemann for her leadership over the past decade, during which time she significantly strengthened WCWI. Please join the WCWI staff and Board of Directors in welcoming Tyler to our organization. We look forward to introducing him to each one of you over the coming months as we prepare for our 27th Annual Worksite Wellness Conference
on September 13, 2017!
Founded in 1985 by the Wisconsin business community, the Wellness Council of Wisconsin (WCWI) has grown from nine founding companies to over 700 members who represent 500 organizations throughout the state. All who are impacting the wellbeing of over 435,000 employees today. In addition, Wisconsin has over 120 Well Workplace Award-winning organizations as well as seven active Well City projects: Well City Fond du Lac, Well City Fox Cities, Well City Milwaukee, Well Oshkosh, Well County La Crosse, and Well City Racine, and Well County Sheboygan.