Jami Haberl

Jami Haberl

Jami is the Executive Director at the Healthiest State Initiative. 

Blog posts by this Author:

  • Learn how to Foster a Resilient Workplace

    Registration opens for Iowa Healthiest State Initiative's 2022 Workplace Wellbeing Conference

  • Iowa Healthiest State Initiative Receives $25,000 through Bank of America COVID-19 Employee Booster Initiative

    Bank of America today announced a $25,000 donation to Iowa Healthiest State Initiative, supporting the organization's Double Up Food Bucks program to address food insecurity in the region.

  • Annual Report: See HSI highlights from 2020

    View success stories from our programs and highlights from our events in 2020.

  • HSI offers new community health funding review service

    Iowa's Healthiest State Initiative (HSI) announced today that its Foundations work group has convened to offer a new form of assistance to Iowa-based communities and nonprofits as they plan their health-based funding requests. This is a new service and type of support that does not currently exist in Iowa.

  • Iowa Walking College Fellows Announced

    Healthiest State Initiative, a nonprofit organization driven by the goal to make Iowa the healthiest state in the nation, and the Iowa Department of Public Health announces that 12 Iowans have been accepted into the 2018 Iowa Walking College.

  • Fun screen-free activities for your family

    It's Screen Free Week and we pulled together a list of fun, creative ways that don't require using technology!

  • Spark your students' attention with quick bursts of movement

    These brain boosts will get them focused again. Are you noticing the glazed-over expression or tired yawns from the classroom? Take a break and get your students out of their chairs for quick brain boosts!

  • Breathe In. Breathe Out. Easy Yoga Moves for Kids

    Practicing yoga is a wonderful way for the whole family to get active. Quiet stretching and deep, slow breathing helps younger children calm down from too much excitement, plus, it allows parents to feel relaxed and centered.

  • I've lost my teenager to a smartphone!

    Too much screen time among U.S. teens can lead to depression, obesity and insomnia. In 2017, a study published in the Clinical Psychological Science journal and reported by The Washington Post outlined some serious health issues among teenagers across the country.

  • Get Creative!

    5 ways to sneak in more veggies at dinnertime. Iowa's 5-2-1-0 Healthy Choices Count program focuses on instilling lifelong healthy eating and exercise habits among children and teens. One of the four elements is encouraging young Iowans to eat 5 servings of fruits and vegetables per day.

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