Christina Azurin is the Manager, Well-Being at Goodwin out of the New York Office. In her role as the Manager, Well-Being at Goodwin, she plays a pivotal role in fostering a culture of wellness. This includes full immersion into programming needs, collaborating across all business units to strategize, plan, and execute the firm’s wellness initiatives. She works to design and implement comprehensive wellness programs that encompass physical health, mental well-being, and work-life balance, ensuring that these initiatives align with the firm’s core values and objectives. Her efforts focus on enhancing employee health, engagement, and productivity, which ultimately contribute to a more vibrant, supportive, and successful workplace environment. She is passionate about growing awareness of and access to mental healthcare and wellness initiatives.
In her spare time, Christina enjoys staying active, frequently skiing and playing golf and tennis. She also has a passion for learning about new cultures and enjoys learning about them firsthand through travel. Living in New York City has afforded her the opportunity to indulge in all the restaurants, museums, concerts, and sporting events.
Her academic career at the University of South Carolina was enriched by a healthcare-related internship where she was responsible for client quality assurance.
Christina offers more than 6 years’ experience in the wellness industry. She began her career as a Wellness Account Manager for a self-insurance company, where she was responsible for interfacing directly with clients’ Human Resources and Wellness teams to deliver all aspects of program services including program design and strategy, operations, quantitative analytics and reporting, management of vendors and brokers, and marketing and promotions. Christina also actively collaborated with clients on their well-being initiatives and produced content for promotional newsletters.
She then joined BHS as an Account Executive dedicated to BHS’s concierge workplace mental health solution. She interfaces directly with global law firms to ensure their Human Resources and Well-being contacts receive excellent and timely service, including metrics-driven reviews, and program quality control. Christina’s clients report some of the highest member utilization statistics across the BHS portfolio.
University of South Carolina