Cora-Ann Licwinko received her M.S. in Exercise Science from Indiana State University and her B.S. in Exercise Science with a minor in Psychology from Montclair State University. While at Montclair State, Cora-Ann was heavily involved in the Fitness program at Campus Recreation as a Fitness Instructor, Personal Trainer, and Fitness Supervisor. She also was involved in Health Promotion as a Peer Advocate and Drop-In Staff member. While at Indiana State, Cora-Ann served as the Fitness Graduate Assistant, overseeing the Fitness department at ISU’s Campus Recreation. Cora-Ann has also pursued numerous fitness and health related certifications and credentials in addition to her schooling. She is an American Council on Exercise (ACE) Group Fitness Instructor and ACE Personal Trainer, 200-hour Registered Yoga Teacher, Precision Nutrition coach, Girls Gone Strong Women’s Coaching Specialist, and holds several fitness format certifications as well. She is also a member of NIRSA.
At Campbell University, Cora-Ann seeks to spread well-being and healthy living to the Campbell community through fitness and recreation. She also works to develop student employees at Campus Recreation with opportunities to gain skills, grow, and get involved. She is the chair of the Well-being Committee, which has created the Well-Being Wheel and seeks to promote eight dimensions of Well-being as an integral part of Campbell’s culture.
Contact Cora-Ann for information about staying healthy on campus, the Fitness Center in the Student Union, Group Fitness classes, Personal Training, and any questions about Campus Recreation.