New Worksite Wellness Specialist at TEHW

Brandon G

Transit Employees Health and Welfare Fund is excited to introduce Brandon M. Graves, a recent graduate at the University of Maryland, College Park with a B.S. in Community Health as our new Worksite Wellness Specialist. Brandon is joining the team to work with Nichole Weaver, Wellness Program Manager, with the goal of helping to grow the 689 Moving Metro Wellness program.

He is a native of the area, born in Washington, D.C and raised in Largo, MD. Joining us from Anytime Fitness where he was the lead personal trainer, committed to helping others reach their health-related goals.  Prior to that, Brandon was also an intern at the Jackson Graham Building for the METRO Wellness program.

“I want to help our METRO workers understand that being healthy is not just a habit, it is a lifestyle that can lead to a longer, fuller and more satisfying life! My favorite aspect of this job is that I get to help motivate individuals to change their life for the better and I like to challenge myself by being an example.” 

Brandon looks forward to meeting and working with the participants of the Transit Employees’ Health and Welfare Plan.  

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Yes, if you get married, you can add your wife and her children to the Plan. You need to notify the Health & Welfare Plan Office about your marriage and new dependents within 90 days of your marriage. You also need to provide the Plan Office with the necessary documentation. For more information, see the “If You Get Married or Add a Life Partner and “If You Acquire a Child Through Marriage” sections on the Life Events page.

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