401 W. Kennedy Blvd.
Tampa, FL 33606
Education: 2011 The University of Tampa, B.A. in Psychology and Sociology
2014 The University of Central Florida, M.A. in Marriage, Couple and Family Therapy
As the associate director of wellness, Addie Carothers oversees Live Well UT, the health and wellness promotion and educational program that includes initiatives that focus on alcohol and other drugs, sustainability, physical health and nutrition, mental health, diversity, sexual health, healthy relationships and financial wellness. Carothers also serves on the Faculty and Staff Wellness Committee, the Resource Team for Faith Values and Spirituality, the Residential Curriculum Committee, Tobacco Free Task Force and Healthy Spartans 2020. She has been trained in mental health first aid, Green Dot, suicide prevention, sustained dialogue moderating (social justice program), Safe Zone and as a Title IX investigator.
Professional and Community Activities: Carothers is a member of the Hillsborough County Anti Drug Alliance, the Marijuana Task Force and the Tampa Alcohol Coalition.
Honors and Awards: The University of Tampa Unsung Hero Award 2017
The University of Tampa Unsung Hero Award 2016
Krystal Schofield Outstanding Contribution Award: Student Centered Learning 2016
The University of Central Florida Marriage and Family Research Institute Employee of the Year 2012