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WWCMA strives to provide best-in-class learning programs that includes webinars and face-to-face events throughout Massachusetts.

Upcoming Learning Programs

WWCMA Member Informational Webinar (MEMBER ONLY)

Wednesday, February 13th / 12:00 - 12:30 PM
The WWCMA is very excited that you are a member of our growing organization! As part of your membership, you are able to attend all of our learning programs, webinars and networking events for free! Additionally, we hold member-only events throughout the year that you will get exclusive access to.  

Regardless if you are a new member or you've been involved for years, we want all of our members to feel included and welcome to all of our events. With that being said, we want you to feel comfortable navigating our website and registration process to do so.  We welcome you to attend an upcoming 20 minute webinar on how to login to our website, how to register for an event, and how to find the member-only features on the website.  Please see the information below for the date and time of the webinar and then register by clicking the button below.  If you are unable to attend on this date, we will have the session available by recording afterwards as well. 





NEW WEBINAR!! WorkWell MA Award Winners Tell All

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WEDNESDAY, February 27th / 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Learn from WWCMA WorkWell MA Award Winning Companies about their experiences from earning an award! 

The WorkWell MA Awards Program recognizes Massachusetts employers for their exemplary work in worksite health promotion since 2015, and has awarded over 35 organizations within the Commonwealth. So, what is the WorkWell MA Award? Why should you apply? Hear from companies who have earned an award and learn how it has impacted them. 

Webinar topics will include:

  • How earning a WorkWell Massachusetts Award benefited their organization 
  • Key learnings the winners gained through the process and applied to their program (i.e. – taking the HERO Scorecard, Council Comment Letter, etc.) 
  • What to expect and how to prepare for the application process


Thomas Ward, Wellness Program Manager, UMass Memorial Healthcare

Thomas Ward is the Wellness Program Manager for UMass Memorial Health Care, Inc., overseeing the academic healthcare system’s wellness initiative since its launch in late 2013.  Over the last 20 years, Thom has managed fitness and wellness programming in for-profit, non-profit and government settings; focusing on the integration of safety, wellness and culture change.  He holds a Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst as well as a Master of Science in Exercise Science and Health Promotion from the California University of Pennsylvania.  In addition, he maintains certifications as a Certified Exercise Physiologist (American College of Sports Medicine) and as a Performance Enhancement Specialist (National Academy of Sports Medicine).


Kate Crimmins, Benefits Project Manager, athenahealth

Kate Crimmins is a Benefits Project Manager for athenahealth, Inc. where she manages and administers policies and programs to promote personal and professional wellbeing across athenaNation. Kate identifies and assesses programming to determine relevancy, viability and alignment with the needs and interests of athena and its employee population. Crafting content for a variety of internal communication mediums, Kate’s role involves educating athenistas and creating a buzz around the tools and resources available to them. Having been with athena for over eight and a half years, Kate has seen the company grow and appreciates the need for a healthy, engaged workforce who are empowered to bring their whole selves to work. Kate is a Certified Wellness Program Coordinator and Certified Leave Management Specialist with a degree in Sport Management from the Isenberg School of Management at UMass Amherst. In her downtime, Kate enjoys reading, running, yoga and spending time with her husband, Devin and cat, Ming.


 Rebecca Toutant, Wellness Manager, Cambridge Health Alliance

Rebecca Toutant, MA, RD, LDN, CDE, CPT is the Wellness Manager at Cambridge Health Alliance (CHA). She is a Registered Dietitian, Personal Trainer, and Certified Diabetes Educator. After completing her graduate education in Health Communication, Rebecca started her career in clinical guideline development, quality improvement, and clinical research before returning to patient care as an outpatient dietitian at the Cambridge Health Alliance. After six years in adult and pediatric clinics, she recently accepted her current role as the Wellness Manager at the Cambridge Health Alliance. While new to this orchestral role, Rebecca has the unique perspective of watching the program progress and thrive since its launch in 2013. 






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