Kiz Adams

Kiz is a human resource specialist in Well-being and Human Relations at the University of Georgia. She is an advocate on campus for promoting balance and well-being among faculty and staff and for creating a healthy, positive, and productive work environment at the University. Kiz is a “Double Dawg,” having earned her undergraduate degree from the University of Georgia’s Henry W. Grady School of Journalism and her law degree from the University of Georgia School of Law. Kiz has spent much of her career at Georgia Law in teaching and administrative positions but has had a lifelong passion for helping people live healthy lives. She is a frequent speaker at conferences and retreats on topics such as work/life balance, stress management, mindfulness and meditation, productivity, and engagement. She also facilitates team training. Kiz is certified in Hogan Personality Assessments, Sherpa Executive Coaching, Real Balance Health and Wellness Coaching, Koru Mindfulness and Meditation training, and has been a Pilates instructor for over 20 years. She is the mother of four grown children.

 

You can contact Kiz at wellbeing@uga.edu or 706-542-7319 (w) or 706-255-3592 (c).

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Mindful Meditation and Stretching 

Daily in the morning and afternoon