About Norton Children’s Prevention & Wellness

Norton Children’s Prevention & Wellness provides resources to help you and your child build healthy habits. Established in 1991 as the Office of Child Advocacy, Norton Children’s Prevention & Wellness takes an active leadership role in teaching healthy habits in children, including injury prevention and education on healthy lifestyle choices. Learn more about our team of advocacy and outreach professionals.

Norton Children’s Prevention & Wellness Team

Tracy Morrison, Director, Norton Children’s Prevention & Wellness

Tracy leads strategy and operations for Norton Children’s Prevention & Wellness, including providing education and training to over 41,000 children, families, teachers and community partners annually. Topics include health, wellness, injury prevention and advocacy to improve the lives of children and their families.

tracy.morrison@nortonhealthcare.org

(502) 629-7303

 

Sharon J. Rengers, Manager, Injury Prevention

Sharon leads injury prevention programming and child safety initiatives. She is a child passenger safety instructor and coordinates activities for the Kentucky Office of Highway Safety. Other injury prevention topics include child abuse prevention, pediatric abusive head trauma, and bicycle and pedestrian safety.

sharon.rengers@nortonhealthcare.org

(502) 629-7337

 

Erin Frazier, M.D., Medical Director

In her role as medical director Norton Children’s Prevention & Wellness, Dr. Frazier provides medical direction on health, wellness, injury prevention and advocacy work.

erin.frazier@nortonhealthcare.org

(502) 629-3904

 

Doug Beckhart, Educator, Safety Programs

Doug is the lead organizer for bicycle rodeos. He hosts programs for over 14,000 students from around the region to promote bicycle safety and wellness. Doug teaches the importance of helmet safety, traffic rules and physical activity.

doug.beckhart@nortonhealthcare.org

(502) 259- 8806

 

 

Nikki Boyd, Coordinator, Health and Wellness Programs

Nikki educates children, teens and families on nutrition, physical activity, family wellness, mental health, hygiene, substance abuse prevention and other wellness areas.

nikki.boyd@nortonhealthcare.org

(502) 629-7346

 

Kinzie Evrard, Coordinator, Child Safety Programs

Kinzie is the coordinator for the Safe Kids Louisville coalition, led by Norton Children’s Hospital. She coordinates local child passenger safety and injury prevention activities in schools and the community.

kinzie.evrard@nortonhealthcare.org

(502) 629-7244

 

Angie Garman, Coordinator, Health and Wellness

As a former dental hygienist, Angie brings expertise in preventive oral care. Angie leads programming around vaping and tobacco use prevention, mental health and food insecurity within the community. She also works in collaboration with Norton Children’s Medical Group offices.

angie.garman@nortonhealthcare.org

(502) 648-3099

 

Ashley Henries, Coordinator, Safety City

Ashley is a safety instructor for Safety City. She teaches over 5,700 second-grade students ways to prevent injury through pedestrian, bicycle, fire and passenger safety. The evidence-based practices in this program aim to reduce injuries and deaths related to a lack of safety knowledge.

ashley.henries@nortonhealthcare.org

(502) 313-5213

 

Stephen B. Hill, Coordinator, Safety City

Stephen is a safety instructor for Safety City. He teaches over 5,700 second-grade students ways to prevent injury through pedestrian, bicycle, fire and passenger safety. The evidence-based practices in this program aim to reduce injuries and deaths related to a lack of safety knowledge.

stephen.hill@nortonhealthcare.org

(502) 313-5213

 

Christine M. Monroe, Coordinator, Health, Wellness and Injury Prevention

Chrissy leads planning for Children and Hospitals Week, 5-2-1-0 assemblies and Walk This Way programs. She coordinates community outreach events, safe baby classes, and child passenger safety and injury prevention activities in schools and the community.

christine.monroe@nortonhealthcare.org

(502) 629-7358

 

Jessica Papenhaus, Coordinator, Health and Wellness Programs of Southern Indiana

Jessica coordinates programming in Southern Indiana. She works to expand partnerships with schools and community organizations to promote healthy lifestyles, including good nutrition, physical activity, self-care and preventing injuries through bike, pedestrian and passenger safety.

jessica.papenhaus@nortonhealthcare.org

(502) 629-7246

 


Solera Spagnuolo, Coordinator, Health and Wellness Programs

Solera educates children, teens and families on nutrition, physical activity, family wellness, mental health, hygiene, substance abuse prevention and other wellness content areas.

solera.spagnuolo@nortonhealthcare.org

(502) 629-3907

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