The Crosby Wellness Center at the Center for Health & Wellbeing is proud to welcome Matt Noe as its new Center Director. Matt joins the Crosby team from Cincinnati, Ohio, where he was most recently a Center Director at the Mercy HealthPlex. He has spent the last 14 years in the health, wellness and education fields.
Matt started his career as a personal trainer and advanced into a variety of roles within the industry, such as Assistant Club Manager, Membership Sales Representative, Member Relations Manager and Center Director. Most recently, Matt and his team at Mercy HealthPlex won the 2020 MFA Program Innovation of the Year Award for a medically integrated diabetes program created with Mercy Health physicians.
Matt graduated with a B.S. in Sports Management from Eastern Kentucky University in 2007 and holds seven Nationally Accredited Certifications in the fitness industry. He is also a successful entrepreneur, business owner, consultant and spokesperson in the health and wellness industry.
Matt has a passion for serving others, leading people and being involved in the local community and local church. He will be moving to Florida with his wife and two young daughters. Matt’s wife, Anne, is currently a weight loss Nurse Practitioner with Mercy Health and shares with Matt the passion of helping others achieve their optimal level of health and wellbeing. In his free time, Matt enjoys camping with his family, playing sports, hiking, biking and getting lost in a good book or documentary.
The Crosby Wellness Center will be hosting Meet the Director events on:
Wednesday, March 24, from 5 – 7 PM with iced tea and snacks
Thursday, March 25, from 9 – 11 AM with coffee and snacks
The Crosby Wellness Center at the Center for Health & Wellbeing invites you to stop by and introduce yourself to its dynamic new leader and looks forward to seeing you there! Please note these Meet the Director events are for Crosby Wellness Center members only.
We’d like to thank all of our Crosby members for a safe, socially distance CWC ‘Meet the Director’ event, and we enjoyed seeing you.
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