Peer Wellness Coaches
Stephanie attended East Tennessee State University, where she received a degree in Public Health with a concentration in Community Health in December 2012. She is employed by Frontier Health as the Peer Wellness Coach for Region 1. Stephanie has found a love for the field of mental health with her recent work as she plans on furthering her education with a Masters degree in Social Work.
Meagan is a graduate of the University of Tennessee in Knoxville where she majored in Psychology and Child and Family Studies. She is currently working on her Master’s degree in Social Work. Additionally, she is dedicated to living a healthy and active lifestyle and enjoys hiking, ice skating, swimming, yoga, and pilates in her spare time.
Dan Armatis is a graduate of San Francisco State University where he majored in Psychology. Dan began working in the field of mental health in 2010 as a counselor for a community-based residential treatment non-profit in San Francisco. After moving to Nashville in July of 2011, Dan joined Centerstone as a Peer Wellness Coach and enjoys the challenges and rewards the position provides. In his spare time, Dan enjoys hiking, blogging, and playing with his dog, Bunk the Pug.
Mark graduated from Andrews University in 1996 with a Doctor of Ministry degree and completed life coaching training in 2006. Mark is excited about the opportunity to provide a life-changing opportunity for people in Chattanooga and twenty-three surrounding counties as a Peer Wellness Coach for the My Health, My Life, My Choice Initiative. Hiking, cycling, TaeKwonDo, snow skiing, and walking on the beach rank high on Mark’s fun-things-to-do list. Skydiving tops his bucket list.