Healthy Lubbock Team Tips for a healthier lifestyle from the TTUHSC Garrison Institute on Aging

This team focuses on achieving Healthy Lubbock's vision. Members of the team work closely with children, adults and senior-focused agencies and organizations.

Annette Boles

Annette Boles

Director

Annette is a work out fanatic. She has 3 kids. Her husband was recently exposed to a live bat and did not seek medical attention.

Veronica Lopez

Veronica Lopez

Coordinator

Veronica has lived in Lubbock her whole life. She enjoys spending time with her family and volunteering with her church.

Clay Ament

Clay Ament

Coordinator

Clay graduated from Texas Tech with a degree in Exercise and Sports Science. He loves the Dallas Cowboys, live music, and his dog Bleu.


More about our team

Healthy Lubbock Dietitians


  • Allison Kerin
  • Mindy Diller
  • Kathy Chauncey

Healthy Lubbock Board


  • Ose Aligbe, Healthy Lubbock
  • Betty Blanton, TTU Recreational Sports
  • Anette Boles, Healthy Lubbock
  • Craig Cotton, TTU Transportation Department
  • Terry Dalton, West Texas Running Club
  • Bridget Faulkenberry, City of Lubbock Parks and Recreation
  • David Jones, Lubbock Metropolitan Planning Organization
  • Allison Kerin, TTUHSC Wellness Director
  • Veronica Lopez, Healthy Lubbock
  • Madeline McClure, City of Lubbock Health Department
  • Carla McGee, Covenant Lifestyle Center
  • Stevie Pool, Lubbock Chamber of Commerce
  • Carolyn Rowley, Lubbock Economic Development Alliance
  • Dr. Mimi Zumwalt, Medical Physician

Healthy Lubbock Partners


  • Betty Blanton, Texas Tech University Rec. Center
  • Annette Nichols Boles, Garrison Institute on Aging
  • Tucker Crawford, Apple Country Orchard
  • Jerry Dwyer, West Texas Running Club
  • Yvonne Gutierrez, Community Health Center of Lubbock
  • Taiya Jones, Department of State Health Services
  • Mia Knoy, Bodyworks
  • Terry Dalton, Marathon Kids
  • Carla McGee, Covenant Lifestyle Centre
  • Johnny McLellan, Park and Recreation Department
  • Gloria Merton, Amerigoup
  • Nancy Neill, Park and Recreation Department Indoor Rec.
  • Christy Reeves, Wellness Today
  • Sandy Reeve, TTU Exercise Science
  • Ron Roberts, KAMC-TV
  • Denise Rose, Bodyworks
  • Aimee Ruel, Maxey Park Director
  • Tricia Vowels, Department of State Health Services
  • David Weaver, South Plains Food Bank
  • Garrison Institute on Aging
  • Apple Country Orchards
  • Betenbough Homes
  • Bodyworks
  • Catholic Charities Diocese of Lubbock
  • City Parks and Rec.
  • Downtown Farmers Market
  • Frenship ISD- North Ridge Elementary
  • Healthy Essentials
  • Llano Estacado Tobacco Coalition
  • Lubbock State School
  • Premier Sportsplex
  • Shallowater ISD- Shallowater Middle School
  • Society of Human Resource Management
  • South Plains Food Bank
  • South Plains Girls Fast Pitch Softball League
  • Sun Adventure Sports
  • Tech Rec Sports
  • Texas A&M AgriLife extension Services Lubbock County
  • Texas Department of State Health Services
  • Texas Tech University
  • Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center
  • TTUHSC Wellness Steering Committee
  • Texercise
  • UMC Activities Center
  • University Medical Center
  • Voices of the South Plains Community Coalition
  • West Texas Cycling Association
  • West Texas Running Club
  • Xtreme Speed

Quick Health Tips

Shop for Low Sodium

Compare sodium content for similar foods and you can save hundreds of milligrams of sodium. For example, the sodium content for frozen pizzas ranges from 450 mg to more than 1,200 mg. The range among salad dressings is 110 to 505. Salsas: 120 to 240.

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