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Hunter White Health Advocate Program
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.