CLEVELAND -- Bravo Wellness, an industry leading provider of innovative solutions in outcomes-based wellness programs, is pleased to welcome Mike Motta to its Advisory Board. Mike is a health management entrepreneur with 30 years of leadership experience. He joins Bravo's appointed members, Dr. Michael O'Donnell, PhD, MBA, MPH, John Harris, and Gregory Seeley.
Mike Motta is the founder and former President, CEO and Chairman of Plus One Health Management, Inc. Acquired by Optum of the United Health Group last August, Plus One designs, develops, programs, staffs and manages corporate wellness facilities in over 200 locations across 28 States. Mike's experience as an entrepreneur in the health, fitness and wellness industry directly influences his passion for staff leadership, personnel coaching/development, technology innovation, personal training and corporate wellness.
He is currently a Member of The Dean's Advisory Board for The School of Public Health at The University of Massachusetts, a Member of the Board of Directors for Health Promotion Advocates, and a former Board Member of International Health and Racquet Sports Association (IHRSA) where he was the 2010 recipient of IHRSA's Dale S. Dibble Distinguished Service Award.
"Bravo's Advisory Board reflects a commitment to bringing the industry's best solution to our sponsors and employer groups in the design and administration of outcomes-based wellness," stated Jim Pshock, Bravo's founder, President and CEO.
"Adding Mike's industry experience, innovative thinking and servant's heart will benefit Bravo as we continue to grow and define ourselves within the marketplace. We are thrilled to have Mike as part of the Bravo team."
Mike joins an Advisory Board at Bravo Wellness that includes Dr. Michael O'Donnell, Director of the Health Management Research Center in the School of Kinesiology at the University of Michigan, and John Harris, Chairman of HERO, the Health Enhancement Research Organization, as well as George Seeley, an award-winning health care law expert and founder of SSE&G in Cleveland, Ohio.