As a Kinetiq Health Program Manager, Kayla provides businesses with customized health and wellness solutions to better manage and improve the overall health and well-being of their employees.
Prior to joining Apex in March 2022, Kayla worked at the IU Simon Comprehensive Cancer Center on a statewide grant initiative integrating evidence-based tobacco treatment services into behavioral healthcare settings. She also has experience as a quality improvement advisor with a nonprofit healthcare quality improvement consultancy and Medicare Quality Improvement Organization (QIO).
Kayla is a trained Tobacco Treatment Specialist (TTS) and earned the National Certificate in Tobacco Treatment Practice (NCTTP). She is a member of the Indiana Society for Public Health Education (InSOPHE) and a Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES®).
Kayla lives with her partner in downtown Indianapolis. She enjoys staying active by taking Pure Barre classes and has also found a passion in teaching classes at the downtown studio! When she’s not pulsing at the barre, you can find her enjoying the shops and restaurants on Mass Ave and taking a million photos of her dog, Archie.
- November 22, 2023
As you prep for Black Friday weekend deals, take a few minutes to read these tips that will help you save time and money and make for a stress-free shopping experience.
- July 26, 2023
In this video, Kayla Hsu provides tips for how to keep yourself safe in crowded places and events.
- July 26, 2023
Summer is event season and events means you might end up in a crowd. Stay safe and prepared for your next event with these five crowd awareness tips.
- June 5, 2023
Have you ever felt stressed out and spread thin due to overcommitments? Whether it’s continuing to work after hours, doing all the chores around the house or meeting up with your friend who unloads all of her problems on you …
- May 30, 2023
Healthy boundaries are important but setting them can be uncomfortable. Here are some tips to take back control one boundary at a time.
- April 19, 2023
Home gardening is a terrific way to reduce your grocery budget. But it also has tangible benefits for your physical and mental health.