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Wanda Carter

Director Wellness Programs

Wanda is well versed in health education, health and wellness, training, research and health coaching.  She has been an adjunct professor at the University of Phoenix, College of Health Professions and Ashford University, College of Health, Human Services, and Science for over 8 years.  She has gained extensive knowledge in healthcare employed at the state, local and federal levels of government over the last 10 years, and with one of the largest private payers.  She has thorough knowledge of current healthcare trends, outcomes, research, managed care, and health-related quality of life issues and proficient in NCQA/PCMH standards.  She has been a Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES) for over 10 years, with a Master’s in Public Health, and a Doctor of Health Science Degree.  She continues to evaluate and research best practices to improve the health and well-being.  In her role as the Director of Onsite Wellness she will continue to research and make effective recommendation of the most current, evidence-based practices to improve the well-being of all Georgians and specifically State Health Benefit Plan members.

e: Wanda.Carter@Healthways.com

Andrew Ignaffo

Health Promotion Specialist

Andrew has been a health professional for over 8 years after receiving his Bachelor’s in Kinesiology from William Paterson University with a minor and certificate in Health Education. Andrew started his journey as a health enthusiast working as an Exercise Physiologist in a Clinical Health and Rehabilitation facility to improve mobility and prevent injury. He later went on to become an onsite Wellness Coach for high-risk employees of an over the road freight company where he helped members improve their lifestyles through small behavior changes. In January of 2014, Andrew made the decision to move to the Healthways’ headquarters in Nashville, TN to help support Be Well SHBP. Andrew looks forward to continuing his journey with both Healthways and the Be Well SHBP program as a Health Promotion Specialist in the state of Georgia.

e: Andrew.Ignaffo@Healthways.com

Carrie Oliver

Health Promotion Specialist

Carrie has a variety of experiences in health and wellness that have allowed her to know the field from several perspectives. While earning her bachelor’s in Biomedical Engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology, she gained knowledge in both the research and clinical sides of healthcare. She continued to foster her passion for health and wellness as a HIV Counselor in Grady Memorial Hospital’s Emergency Care Center. She later went on to earn her master’s in Public Health from Emory University and a certification as a Certified Health Education Specialist. In 2013, she became the Special Projects Coordinator at the Southwest Georgia Area Health Education Center. In that role, she developed programming for K-12 and college students interested in health careers, coordinated Mental Health First Aid trainings throughout the region, and developed a breast cancer awareness program for women in Terrell County.

e: Carrie.Oliver@healthways.com

Conya Gibson

Health Promotion Specialist

Conya is a native of Atlanta, GA and has worked in health and wellness for over 8 years. A graduate from Georgia State University, where she earned her bachelor’s in Exercise Science and her personal training certification through ISSA in 2006, she has been an advocate for fitness her entire life participating in various sports including basketball and track and field. Over the years she has encouraged, supported, and provided guidance to help people achieve their overall health and wellness goals. As a health promotion specialist at Healthways she is devoted to helping people live healthier and more fulfilling lives.

e: Conya.Gibson@healthways.com