Conny Glenn, a Registered Kinesiologist and Ergonomist, is the owner of Work Wellness a national consulting company established in 1995. She has consulted on ergonomics, health and wellness, rehabilitation, and return-to-work issues for many insurers and private sector businesses.
Conny was the inaugural President of the College of Kinesiologists of Ontario and President of the Transitional Council from 2009 to 2013. Since 1999 she has worked to gain recognition for the importance of wellness and preventive health care; and the regulation of Kinesiologists who provide many of these services. Conny held the positions of Executive Director (2005- 2007); President (2003-2005); and President Elect (2001-2002) for the Ontario Kinesiology Association while working achieving these goals.
In her work, Conny has provided services to many employers in Canada including Moneris, Microsoft Canada, Tarion, Woodbine Entertainment Group, Unilever, and Morneau Shepell to name a few.
She has an admirable track record as an educator to employees of businesses, health professionals, and health and safety professionals. She has addressed many groups including the Diabetes Association, the Industrial Accident Prevention Association, and the OHA, and the Arthritis Society on wellness, exercise, and ergonomics.
Conny participated on the MSD Prevention Guideline for Ontario developed in partnership with members of the Occupational Health and Safety Council of Ontario and representatives from Ontario’s labour organizations, employer associations, and employers and workers. Conny is recognized as an Educational Influential by the Institute for Work and Health, the research division of the WSIB. She has sat on committees conducting systematic reviews on workplace health and safety initiatives.
Conny is committed to helping address the most pressing health care ssues facing Canadians. She has done this by serving as the President of the Board of Directors for Turning Point Youth Services, an organization dedicated to helping youth in trouble and at risk, through the provision of mental health and social services.
Most recently she joined the KFL&A Board of Health as a Director for a 3 year appointment. In this role she looks forward to continuing to support the mission of public health, and improving health and wellness in the community.