Sienna Antolin

Pronouns: (She, Her, Hers)

Role at OSU: 1st Year Graduate Student in the Master's of Athletic Training Program

Top VIA Strengths: Gratitude, Kindness, Fairness

Sienna was born and raised in Mililani, Hawaii and graduated from the University of Hawaii at Manoa with a degree in Kinesiology and Rehabilitation Science. She is currently in her first year of her Master’s program in Athletic Training.

Sienna first became interested in pursuing a career in athletic training when she volunteered in the athletic training room at UH Manoa. Working with students in this environment eventually led her to the Wellness Coaching program at OSU.

During her time as a Wellness Coach, Sienna hopes to use the values encompassed in this service to spread aloha and positivity to other students. In her free time, Sienna enjoys hiking, trying new restaurants and spending time with family and friends.

Kayleen Eng

Pronouns: (She, Her, Hers)

Role at OSU: 1st Year College Student Services Administration Graduate Student; Administrative Support Coordinator, Office of the Provost and Executive Vice President

Top VIA Strengths: Perspective, Perseverance, Social intelligence

Kayleen was born and raised in Salem, Oregon and graduated with a double major in Psychology and Sociology and a minor in Business from the University of Oregon.

She previously worked at Pepperdine University where she was first exposed to higher education and found her passion of working directly with students. Originally aspiring to become a counselor, Kayleen was drawn to Wellness Coaching for its focus on peer-to-peer relationship building, strengths-based service and positive encouragement.

She is currently in her first year in the CSSA Master’s program and works as the Administrative Support Coordinator in the Office of the Provost and Executive Vice President. In her free time, Kayleen enjoys traveling, working out and spending time with her family and best friends in Salem.

Rheannon Rua Blount

Pronouns: (She, Her, Hers)

Role at OSU: Instructor, Physical Activity Course (PAC) Program

Top VIA Strengths: Appreciation of Beauty & Excellence, Curiosity, Gratitude, Forgiveness and Love of Learning

Rheannon grew up in the wilds of Yaak, MT. It was there that she cultivated her appreciation of beauty and excellence in the natural world. After adventuring as a bike messenger for several years, she started her undergraduate career at Portland Community College and then transferred and graduated from Oregon State University with a major in Botany and Plant Pathology and a minor in Chemistry. She completed her PhD at Oregon State in Botany and Plant Pathology where she studied fungal evolution and chemistry. She currently teaches yoga in the Physical Activity Course Program, teaches mountain biking with No Apologies! LLC, and organizes storytelling events about the perception (or misperception) of failure with Intrepid Failure.
Rheannon is drawn to wellness coaching by her desire to encourage people to design and create their own lives. She uses many tools, such as outdoor adventure, yoga, science, and mindfulness to build stoke in her own life and wants to help others find their own tools to love the life they are living.

Fred Tedeschi

Pronouns: (He, Him, His)

Role at OSU: Director of Athletic Training Services, 4th year

Top VIA Strengths: Gratitude, Kindness, Judgment

Originally from Calistoga, CA, Fred has had a lengthy career as an athletic trainer.  He has worked at the San Francisco Forty Niners, Vanderbilt University, University of California-Berkeley, and the Chicago Bulls prior to coming to Oregon State.

Fred was drawn to Wellness Coaching for its strengths-based focus, positive encouragement and the ability to allow students to visualize and create the future they want.

He looks forward to partnering with students in their journey in creating the future they aspire to. An avid golfer, Fred resides in Corvallis with his wife, Toni and has two children Kelly and Matthew.

Nina Roberts

Pronouns: (She, Her, Hers)

Role at OSU: First year PhD student in Public Health: Health Promotion Health Behavior

Top VIA Strengths: Love of Learning, Judgment, Gratitude

Nina is a first year Ph. D. student in Public Health with a focus on Health Promotion Health Behavior.

She was drawn to Wellness Coaching for it’s holistic, strength based approach to health.

In her spare time, Nina enjoys teaching yoga, baking and playing with her dog, Bunny.

Matthew Tradewell

Pronouns: (He, Him, His)

Role at OSU:  1st Year College Student Services Administration Graduate Student; Assistantship with the Graduate School

Top VIA Strengths: Love, Judgment, Perseverance

Originally from Reno, Nevada, Matt decided to go out of state for his undergraduate education at Washington State University. After graduating with a bachelors in Public Relations and Sociology, Matt continued to work professionally at WSU for four years.

Currently enrolled as a first year student in the CSSA Master’s program, Matt was drawn to Wellness Coaching for the peer-to-peer coaching aspects of the program: “The transition to college and navigating the day-to-day rigors of academia can be overwhelming; and I wish I had a support system through my undergraduate experience. I look forward to supporting, affirming and encouraging my peers to be the best versions of themselves while helping them achieve their goals.”

In his free time, Matt enjoys hanging out with his two ridiculous cats, playing Nintendo games too much and getting outside whenever he can.

Danielle Caldwell

Pronouns: (She, Her, Hers)

Role at OSU: Wellness Education Coordinator, Recreational Sports  

Top VIA Strengths: Appreciation of Beauty & Excellence, Gratitude, Spirituality, Love

Danielle is an Oregonian and probably always will be! Although she spent some time living and going to school in Arizona where she earned a degree in Public Health from Northern Arizona University.

While in Arizona she worked for many years promoting physical activity and healthy eating with families and communities. A longing for the landscapes of the pacific northwest and a chance to pursue more education brought her back to Oregon, where she accepted a position at Recreational Sports.

Here at OSU Danielle’s goal is to help students discover the joy of daily physical activity and other well-being practices that lead to healthier minds and bodies.  Danielle believes coaching can provide a helpful space to be intentional about growth, explore goals and discover potential.