Scibelli consulting was founded by Andrew Scibelli, an industry leader and innovator in the health and well-being industry. Andy earned his Bachelor’s degree in Education from SUNY Cortland, and his Master’s degree in Exercise Physiology from Adelphi University. Andy also holds an MBA from Palm Beach Atlantic University, and has pursued post-graduate coursework in behavior change, behavioral economics and in the psychology of influence/persuasion. His experience includes designing, implementing, and operating health solutions for Fortune 150 companies, hospitals, and small businesses.
Andy is a certified coach with experience in leading sessions to enhance participants’ personal and professional development. He studied coaching at the Columbia University Coaching Certification Program. He is certified to administer the ESCI Assessment and is certified as a “Tiny Habits” coach through Dr. BJ Fogg Tiny Habits coaching. He began his career at Exxon and Mobil Corporation, then moved on to Gulf & Western Industries/Viacom, multiple hospitals and ultimately NextEra Energy, Inc. where he held management positions in health and well-being. During his tenure at NextEra, he also led health care strategy and employee engagement teams to improve health, reduce costs and enhance employee engagement.
Andy has produced best-in-class awardwinning nationally recognized programs. Through Andy’s leadership the NextEra health and wellbeing program has received the “Best Employers for Health Lifestyle” platinum level (highest level) award 10 years in a row. The company was the first in its industry class to receive the “Innovations in wellness” award from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Andy realized that he could help other organizations achieve the same success that he had been able to bring to his prior employers. Currently, Scibelli Consulting specializes in strategic program design, development, integration, and evaluation.
Worksite Health International – An Interview with Andrew Scibelli. Read Article
Article · Mar 2015 · International Journal of Workplace Health Management – Impact of changes in medical condition burden index and stress on absenteeism among employees of a US utility. Read Article
Article · Jun 2013 · Journal of Occupational and Environmental medicine / American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine
Examining Individual Factors According to Health Risk Appraisal Data as Determinants of Absenteeism Among US Utility Employees. Read Article