Corporate Health Partners was founded almost two decades ago to help employers improve their performance by addressing a fundamental truth: unhealthy, unhappy employees sap an organization’s morale and coffers, whereas healthy, happy employees incur fewer expenses, increase productivity, and enjoy a better culture. Corporate Health Partners knew that employee health could be measured objectively and that it could be enhanced systematically to create demonstrable improvements. Corporate Health Partners was born out of this vision.
Since its founding, Corporate Health Partners has helped companies like yours cultivate engaged, healthy workforces. We engage the majority of your workforce year-round, not just the already healthy and confident. Data drives our approach. We evaluate participant risks and provide the proper tools and support to improve or maintain their health and wellbeing. We continuously report data and insight to show progress in real-time. Our dedicated account team manages the entire program with passion and professionalism for maximum effectiveness and minimal strain on your internal staff. We do the work. You enjoy the benefits of healthy, happy, engaged employees and a stronger company.
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FOUNDER & CEO
Jack Curtis founded Corporate Health Partners, Inc. in 2002 and serves as CEO. Jack has a BS in Biomedical Engineering and a MS in Engineering Management from the University of Tennessee. With more than 30 years of experience, Jack offers a high-energy leadership style, analytical strength, team development and authenticity.
Prior to CHP, Jack’s systems engineering training and Quality Improvement experience taught him how to create and value strong culture, while his strategic leadership within Berkshire Hathaway prepared him to engage employees for outstanding performance. Jack also led a comprehensive physical exam start-up organization with an entrepreneurial spirit and an ignited passion to make a difference in the health and performance of employers and employees within his sphere of influence.
Over the past 15 years, Jack has demonstrated his commitment to helping employers, communities, and our nation’s health and competitiveness. He often reflects on his clients who have invested in wellness and have seen tangible results. One such client example is Couer, Inc., led by Jay Cude, who benefited from health as an integral part of their culture, while health risks and costs steadily declined.
With an ongoing commitment to influencing serious change in corporate wellness, Jack enjoys his membership and Leadership Committee chair position at an industry Think Tank of thought leaders within employee health management, called Health Enhancement Research Organization (HERO). Jack is also a member of Wellness Councils of America (WELCOA).
Jack’s life mantra: “And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose.” (Romans 8:28)
CFO + COO
John O’Brian is Chief Operating Officer and Chief Financial Officer for CHP. John is responsible for all financial, administrative, and operational aspects of the business. John brings more than 30 years of financial, operational, management, leadership and M&A experience to Corporate Health Partners.
John started his career with Ernst & Young in Cincinnati, providing auditing services to a diverse set of mid-sized and large market businesses. John still maintains his active CPA license in Ohio. With a long-term goal of general management in mind, John joined the Procter & Gamble sales organization, where he took on increasing responsibilities during his six-year stint, finishing up as District Sales Manger in the health & personal care division in Charlotte. John was recruited by former P&G colleagues to join Chiquita Brands International, where he enjoyed an eleven-year career, beginning in the M&A department reporting to the CFO and then later managing three different Chiquita subsidiaries. These business units included Frupac Ltd., the Chilean subsidiary that John led the M&A team in acquiring, a unique DSD banana ripening business based in Miami, and a fresh-cut produce business in Cincinnati.
As an entrepreneur, John has invested in and taken leadership roles in two privately held businesses, including PRO OnCall, LLC a telephony and IT service business and most recently Corporate Health Partners, where he has been since December of 2012. Aside from being one of the owners, John has functional responsibilities as CFO/COO.
During his career, John has demonstrated an adept ability to drive clarity of goals, efficiency, and accountability in the organizations that he has led.
John is a graduate of Xavier University, where he met his wife Susie. Together, they have three grown children who all live in Ohio. Both John and Susie are active members of the Bellarmine Chapel conference of St. Vincent dePaul, located on the Xavier campus.
Chief sales officer
Jeremy Curtis joined Corporate Health Partners in June of 2005. He currently serves as a Chief Sales Officer and oversees all marketing, lead generation and cultivation. Jeremy has a BS in Economics from the University of Tennessee and enjoys playing golf, cross training and practicing yoga.
In reflecting on the clients he serves, Jeremy is proud of the business leaders who boldly accept the challenge of proactively improving the livelihoods of the people they employ. It warms his heart to see the positive effects ripple through the employees, their families and into their communities.
Jeremy is recently inspired by: “What man actually needs is not a tensionless state but rather the striving and struggling for some goal worthy of him.” – Viktor Frankl
Chief Medical Officer
Ched Garten, MD
Dr. Garten is a diplomat of the American Board of Family Medicine and has a Certificate of Added Qualification in Sports Medicine. A native of Tennessee, he completed a Bachelor of Science degree at the University of Tennessee with a major in biology and a minor in biochemistry in 1997. His education continued at the University of Tennessee College of Medicine where he graduated in 2001.
Upon graduation of medical school, Dr. Garten completed a family medicine residency at Wake Forest University School of Medicine and North Carolina Baptist Hospital. He served as Chief Resident during his final year and was name the Family Medicine Resident Clinical Teacher of the Year 2003-2004. Dr. Garten continued his sub-specialization training as a primary care sports medicine fellow in Birmingham, AL at the American Sports Medicine Institute.
Dr. Garten previously served as the head primary care physician for the NFL Atlanta Falcons from 2005-2010 and associate team physician for the NHL Atlanta Thrashers from 2005-2011. He currently provides sports medicine coverage for many local and national events and is participating physician in the Team Doctors Preferred Access Network. Dr. Garten serves as an educational consultant to several medical companies, is involved in ongoing orthopedic sports medicine research, is a published author, and frequent conference speaker in Sports Medicine. His practice is located in the Buckhead area of Atlanta, GA.
Chief Behavioral Officer
Angela R. Bethea-Walsh, PhD
Angela R. Bethea-Walsh, Ph.D., is a Licensed Psychologist in Georgia and is a member of the international Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers (MINT). She has been practicing Motivational Interviewing for over 10 years and has conducted MI training in a wide variety of settings, including primary care, emergency departments in trauma centers, inpatient and outpatient mental health/addictions, college counseling, corrections, and school settings.
Angela provides training to peers in recovery and to providers working with elite athletes. Her workshops are fast-paced, highly informative and interactive. She is the owner of Bethea Consulting and Psychological Services, P.C., a private practice located in Atlanta, Georgia.
For more information about Dr. Bethea-Walsh, her clinical work and workshop experience, access her website at: http://www.betheacps.com
Director Of Operations
Camille joined Corporate Health Partners in June 2009. She has developed a hands-on appreciation for all aspects of CHP’s business, serving as a Health Coach, Program Manager, Account Manager, and most recently, Director of Operations within the Atlanta region. Camille has a BS in Health Education from Auburn University and is an active member of WELCOA and Atlanta Wellness Professionals networks.
Camille’s passion for fitness and wellness has been longstanding for over thirty years and she takes great pride in her life-long role as a coach and teacher to many, including gymnastics, group exercise, personal training, and health education. Camille is not just a coach, but has personally committed to her own health as well; she received a four-year collegiate scholarship as a gymnast at Auburn University.
Upon graduation from college, Camille worked for the City of Roswell for thirteen years and supervised a developmental and competitive gymnastics program, which became one of the most well respected programs and premier facilities in the Southeast. This experience fortified her leadership style and knowledge of how local governments operate.
As a lifelong educator, Camille takes great pride in influencing others on their paths to success. She continues to follow-up with gymnasts she has trained, employees she has supervised, and participants she has coached.
Camille’s favorite quote: “A person who feels appreciated will always do more than is expected.”
Dayna Messina has been a part of the Corporate Health Partners team since 2007. She serves as Administrative Director, responsible for developing and implementing procedures and expectations for biometric screenings, overseeing CHP Health Management Programs, and leading a team of client specialists. Dayna leverages her knowledge of HIPAA Privacy, HR/Benefits Coordination, and leadership to drive consistency and compliance throughout the organization. In addition to the operational focus of her role, Dayna was instrumental in the development and training of CHP’s new employee portal and website.
Prior to joining CHP, Dayna’s experience was with DuPont in Wilmington, DE, and Perdue, Incorporated and Tidewater Physical Therapy in Salisbury, MD. Her personal passion for wellness inspired Dayna to become a certified fitness instructor, while raising a family… and the rest is history.
Although Dayna has had many successes throughout her career, her biggest accomplishments are her two sons, Corey and Brandon, and the example she has set for them in through her healthy diet and exercise choices!
Favorite Quote: “Take each day as it comes! No need to stress about things that may never happen!”
Jackie Warren, RD, LD
Jackie joined Corporate Health Partners in February of 2007. She has assumed various roles within the organization, such as Health Coach, Registered Dietitian, Director of Operations, and Sales & Marketing Consultant, allowing her to develop deep acumen in corporate wellness, relationship management, and culture building. Jackie now serves as a Wellness Consultant, supporting clients and prospects on their quest to reduce healthcare costs; improve employee health; and enhance business performance, culture, and retention.
Jackie has a BS in Nutrition and Dietetics (Magna Cum Laude) from Georgia State University; a BA in English Literature from Belmont University; an Informatics Certificate from Oregon Health & Science University; CPR certification; and several certifications from WELCOA, the national leader in workplace and corporate wellness programs.
In her commitment to continuing education and leveraging the expertise and wisdom of others in her field, Jackie is a member of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, Georgia Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, Nutrition Entrepreneurs, WELCOA, and Atlanta Wellness Professionals.
Ten years ago, Jackie decided to fuel her passion for nutrition and healthy living by becoming a Dietitian, committing to making the world a better place through helping people lead healthier lives. She believed that corporate wellness allowed her the opportunity to influence more lives in a positive way. One of Jackie’s most memorable success stories was a client with slightly high biometric numbers, who was slightly overweight. She shared “my family did not notice when we switched to lower fat milk. They did not complain about the whole wheat bread. My friends are grateful that I started a walking group.” This client lost weight, lowered her numbers, and improved her own health and those around her.
One of Jackie’s favorite mantras is: “Life is short, live it. Love is rare, grab it. Anger is bad, dump it. Fear is awful, face it. Memories are sweet, cherish them.”