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Topic: Restructuring Purpose
Krystal Campi, Fitness Hub Studio
Krystal Campi has been in the beauty and fitness industry since 2007. Her passion stemmed from her own weight-loss journey when she lost over 100 lbs. through group fitness. Campi was managing a full-service salon and spa when she started packing on the pounds. She was invited to a Zumba class and was hooked. It wasn’t long until she left her full-time job to become an instructor herself. Campi later opened her own Wellness Center. She soon sold the business to assist in creating the Group Fitness Program for Youfit Health Clubs where she managed over 20 locations nationwide. Campi now manages Fitness Hub in Downtown West Palm Beach with excitement, great customer service and a love for fitness. During COVID-19, Campi has pivoted the purpose of keeping people healthy from inside the gym to a virtual format that is free for all. For more information, go to www.fitnesshubfl.com and read about the online classes.
Juan Orellana, Ride It Out
For well over a decade Juan Orellana has been a leading advocate for bicycling and bicycle safety. Orellana’s involvement was first as a bicycle shop owner where he quickly became a community organizer and vocal supporter for improvements to infrastructure and policies. Beginning in 2015, Orellana was the program director for the SkyBike bike share program, the first and only program of its type in Palm Beach County. In this role, Orellana really shined as an advocate not only for the program he oversaw, but for bicycling as a central component of the growth of Downtown West Palm Beach. During COVID-19, Orellana has maintained true to his purpose of putting people on bikes, by creating a donation-based program that gives bikes to those who need transportation. For more information, go to www.bikewpb.com and read about the Ride it Out program.