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Behavior Change Architect

Nov 11, 2021

Changing Behavior. Some believe that the adoption of positive behaviors by individuals and communities “just happens”. But the truth is, there is a science behind how to encourage and design for change. 


The Behavior Change Architect Podcast is a conversation about innovative and evidence-based behavior change strategies to increase well-being. Listen in to discussions with thought leaders, industry experts, and innovative scientists, on hot-button topics around specific behaviors like vaping, resilience, and financial well-being, as well as research and design issues including engagement, technology, and communication strategies. 


We will go beyond published works to discuss behind-the-scenes topics and cutting-edge findings. Tune in as your host Dr. Kerry Evers takes you on a journey to change the discussion, change perspectives, and ultimately, help you change behavior for your clients, populations, and perhaps even yourself! 


Change is always in the air for your host, Kerry Evers, Ph.D.…. or at least always on her mind. She is deeply and passionately committed to leveraging the undeniable power and reliability of behavior change science to empower people to experience life-changing breakthroughs. As the Co-President and CEO of Pro-Change Behavior Systems, she leads a team focused on assisting organizations with behavior change challenges to help their populations improve and maintain high well-being. Kerry, who holds a Ph.D. in Experimental Psychology from the University of Rhode Island, is best known for her expertise on theory-driven approaches to health behavior change, implementing evidence-based behavior change strategies using sophisticated tailoring, and integrating these solutions into population-based systems. She has published widely in the field and is a sought-after speaker and trainer. She has been recognized as a “40 Under Forty” in her state and received the Health Enhancement Research Organization’s Mark Dundon Research Award. Her passion for improving well-being extends beyond work to her community through her services on several non-profit boards, and by recently founding a charitable giving organization. Kerry brings her curiosity and passion to every interview to help her listeners provide cutting-edge behavior change strategies to their populations and clients.