Wellness and Health Promotion

Staff

  • Ryan HamachekRyan Hamachek, M.A. 

    Director

    (206) 296-2593
    hamachek@seattleu.edu 


    Ryan is proud to be an alumnus of Seattle University having received his Master's degree in Student Development Administration and his graduate project focused on social justice ally development. While a student at SU he held graduate assistantships in Wellness and Health Promotion and the Office of Multicultural Affairs. Ryan obtained his Bachelor of Arts degree in Spanish and Studies in Education from Edgewood College in Madison, Wisconsin where he found his passion for sexual violence prevention work as a peer educator.


    Ryan has served as the Director of Wellness and Health Promotion since 2012. Prior to this role here, Ryan was the Director of Housing and Residence Life at
    Cornish College of the Arts, and an Area Coordinator at Willamette University.

     

     

  • Brendon SoltisBrendon Soltis

    Program Coordinator

    
(206) 220-8561

    soltisb@seattleu.edu

    Brendon is a continuing graduate student in the SDA program and is very excited to return for a second year in Wellness and Health Promotion. After graduating from Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo with a BS in Computer Science, he worked in the software industry for over a year before deciding to return to higher education. Brendon’s experience with orientation programs at Cal Poly solidified his passion for working with students outside of the classroom. He is looking forward to being a part of the Health and Wellness Crew (HAWC) program this year. 

     

  • Kira GlynnKira Glynn

    Program Coordinator

    (206) 220-8281
    glynnk@seattleu.edu

    Kira is a first year graduate student in the SDA Program and is ecstatic to work in the Office of Wellness and Health Promotion. She recently graduated from UC Santa Barbara with her B.A. in Interpersonal Communication and a minor in Education. Kira found her passion for Student Affairs through Orientation and Family Programs as well as through Wellness and Health Promotion. As an undergraduate student she developed a nutrition education research project and studied positive psychology, which fueled her desire to promote health in college students. She is excited to join the HAWC program and begin her journey at SU.

  • Contact Us

    Wellness and Health Promotion
    Student Center 380
    901 12th Avenue
    PO Box 222000
    Seattle, WA 98122
    Tel: (206) 296-2593
    wellness@seattleu.edu
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    Hours
    Mon-Fri 9-5
    Sat, Sun Closed