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Jayna Rogers is a national board-certified health and wellness coach. She is a health education manager for BeWell and manages the smoking cessation program and the commitment to family, community and self portion of the BeWell program. She has been a health educator and researcher at Stanford for over 20 years in the areas of chronic disease self-management, smoking cessation, weight management, women’s health and wellness coaching for long-term behavior change with publications in related areas.
With an undergraduate degree in community health education and a master’s degree in public health, Jayna has gained a wealth of experience from Stanford’s leading researchers in prevention medicine and clinical trials. She has run hundreds of groups and workshops on preventative behavior change. Her national board certification in health and wellness coaching has reinvigorated her career with the true belief that you can flourish in any chapter of your life. She walks “shoulder to shoulder” with her participants towards being their best selves. Jayna advocates for a wide range of employees at Stanford, and the Stanford community is near and dear to her.
As a working mom and daughter of aging parents, Jayna understands how a healthy lifestyle contributes to quality of life. Jayna deeply believes that life can be “messy” and therefore she knows the importance of finding joy and building relationships. Her interests include being in nature, DIY design projects, party/event planning and caring for her dog.