Jamy McGee, FMFA, has been actively engaged as a member of the Medical Fitness Association since her first regional conference in 2003. She has served as the South East Regional Chair, MFA Conference and Education Committee member, MFA and SEMFA Conference presenter and a round table facilitator at the annual conference. Jamy is an enthusiastic and dynamic person who works as the Health Education Director at the UNC Wellness Centers in Chapel Hill and Cary, North Carolina. She has worked in the health, wellness, and fitness industries for over 20 years in various roles and fitness environments from club industry to employee wellness. The most rewarding part of Jamy’s work is helping members and clients see that, not only can they move well, but that they also can also improve their fitness and health status.
Jamy arrived in North Carolina in 1996 to obtain a master’s degree in physical education, with a concentration in exercise physiology at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Jamy also holds a bachelor’s degree in biology from the University of Hawai’i at Mānoa.
Jamy enjoys training for half marathons, even though she doesn’t race! She does it mostly to enjoy the outside and move. She loves to cycle with Team UNC Wellness for the annual Bike MS Historic New Bern ride. She also loves going to Broadway shows, traveling, and visiting O’ahu to see her family and friends, and beautiful Hawaiian sunsets. Jamy shares family fitness with her husband, an avid marathoner, and two young sons, who keep them busy with their multiple sports all year long.