Chamberlin Named 2024 Rollins Well-Being Champion

May 07, 2024

By Office of Marketing

The award recognizes a Rollins faculty or staff member for being a role model in the area of well-being.

Karen Chamberlin, senior program assistant in the Office of International Programs, has been awarded the 2024 Rollins Well-Being Champion Award.

Chamberlin is recognized as an ambassador of the Rollins Well-Being Committee’s mission to create and promote a healthy campus community in which to live, learn, teach, work, and visit. In both her personal and professional life, Chamberlin devotes herself to all aspects of well-being—from physical and mental to emotional and environmental.

“Karen consistently motivates us to engage in events and make use of our benefits, says the nominator. “She frequently organizes group walks, emphasizing the importance of regular movement, and ensures we stay informed about wellness-related webinars. Karen’s proactive initiatives and information dissemination are truly commendable and appreciated.”

Lee will receive a personalized trophy and a $150 gift from the Rollins Well-Being Committee.

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