This year I have begun working on a panel of athletes known as the Peer Educators. We meet monthly to discuss programs on physical and mental health we can put on around the university for both athletes and non-athletes. One program I am really excited about starting is a week of activities at the Younkin Success Center during finals week. We plan to have one fun event happening each day, such as therapy dogs arriving, stress relief yoga, or massages. I really enjoy being in this organization because I like to help people, and wellness is an area I am especially interested in as both an athlete and a pre-med student. I hope that by continuing to work in this club I will make connections with more students on campus and be able to help educate them on wellness and provide resources to aid in their well-being.