Hunter White Health Advocates
The Hunter White Health Advocate Program is a peer education health initiative committed to empowering individual responsibility and creating a healthy community founded in memory of UA freshman, Hunter White, who was killed in a spring break auto accident in 2001. A Health Advocate is selected from every organization in the UA Greek community. The Health Advocate attends educational programs led by the Graduate Assistant for Health & Wellness and guest health educators. After completing their training the Health Advocates implement programming at their chapters to encourage healthy behaviors.
Sign up for the Fall 2023 3-credit Health & Wellness in Greek Life Class (also known as the Hunter White Health Advocate Program)!
Contact Brittany Grantham at email@example.com if you have questions regarding the Hunter White Health Advocate Program or are interested in serving as a Health Advocate for your chapter!
Safe Spring Break Symposium
The Safe Spring Break Symposium, which falls under our Greek Speak series, focuses on bringing speakers who can educate students about values-based decision-making related to health and wellness. Nearly 3,000 students attended the 2022 symposium. Past speakers include Mark Sterner, Tony Hoffman, David Westol, and former Miss USA 2006 Tara Conner.