The Path to Healthy Communities

Health and learning are inextricably linked.

Cairn   /ke(ə)rn/  (noun)

A cairn, or pile of rocks guiding a hike on Mount Hood, Oregon.

A cairn, or pile of rocks guiding a hike on Mount Hood, Oregon.

A mound of rough stones built as a memorial or landmark, typically on a hilltop or skyline.
A guide or marker on a hiking trail or path.

Creating places of health and well-being where everyone can thrive.

We believe that health and learning go hand in hand. With the competing pressures that schools and communities face, the health and well-being of our communities are oftentimes forgotten. Cairn believes that the core of a community is how it functions as a collaborative entity to support the health of the community.

Thank you Jess for an inspiring, engaging and active presentation. A perfect fit for our conference! It was our first time ever trending on Twitter [during your presentation].
— Michelle Smith, Director, Southern Obesity Summit
Jess keynoting at the Southern Obesity Summit, held in October 2014 in Louisville. Her keynote, "Do Something Extraordinary" took participants through a journey of 6 lessons learned on Jess' solo bicycle trip across the US and how those lessons related to being a health champion.

Jess keynoting at the Southern Obesity Summit, held in October 2014 in Louisville. Her keynote, "Do Something Extraordinary" took participants through a journey of 6 lessons learned on Jess' solo bicycle trip across the US and how those lessons related to being a health champion.