Boeing Center for Children's Wellness (Lean Team)
Janice Key, MD
Dr. Key is a Professor of Pediatrics, Division Director of Adolescent Medicine, and the Boeing Center for Children's Wellness' Director of School and Community-based Programs at The Medical University of South Carolina. She received her undergraduate and medical degrees at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and completed her residency training at Boston Children's Hospital. She is board certified in pediatrics and adolescent medicine. Dr. Key joined the faculty at the Medical University of South Carolina in 1991 when she founded the program in adolescent medicine in the Department of Pediatrics.
Dr. Key has served on local and national committees including the Executive Committee for the American Academy of Pediatrics Section on Adolescent Health, the Charleston County Medical Society School Health Committee and Executive Committee. She was a founding member of the Charleston County Teen Pregnancy Prevention Coalition. She has received the MUSC Distinguished Service Faculty Award, the Charleston County Medical Society Wannamaker Community Service Award, the SC Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy Vincent Outstanding Professional Award, and several teaching awards. She has been included in Best Doctors in America since 1998 and in the 2008 Guide to America’s Top Pediatricians.
Coleen Martin, MS, RD
Coleen is the Assistant Director of The Boeing Center for Children’s Wellness. She also serves as the liaison for community and school expansion and has been with the program since it’s inception (2007-08). She is a Registered Dietitian and received her Masters Degree from the University of Maryland (1985) in nutrition research and exercise physiology. She served as Chair (2010-13) and Past-Chair (2013-15) of the Charleston Tri-County chapter of South Carolina Eat Smart Move More Coalition and is active in advocating for school-based obesity prevention efforts in South Carolina.
Lucie Maguire Kramer, MS, RDN, LD
Lucie is a Registered Dietitian with a special interest in infant, child and family nutrition. After graduating from Clemson University in 2011 with a Master's of Science in Nutrition, she completed her dietetic internship at the Medical University of South Carolina. She has served as a Program Coordinator for the Boeing Center for Children's Wellness since August, 2012. Lucie's main roles are to implement, modify and expand the BCCW Docs Adopt School Health Initiative and to manage and coordinate the Breastfeeding Friendly Child Care designation for South Carolina.
Carolyn serves as a program coordinator for the Boeing Center for Children's Wellness since August 2013. Previously the Safe Routes to School program coordinator for the Lowcountry region, Carolyn has a lot of skills and expertise working with school wellness committees and encouraging schools to incorporate more physical activity in and out of the school day. Carolyn also used to work with the Zest Quest program in the Upstate of South Carolina where she taught nutrition lessons to elementary school aged children. Combining these experiences and her B.S. degree in Public Health Science from Clemson University, Carolyn's main roles at BCCW include continuing to develop and promote the Docs Adopt School Health Initiative in participating school districts and expanding the wellness initiative into new school districts across the state.
Courtney Hensch, MS, RD, LD
Courtney is a Registered Dietitian with a passion for school-based health and wellness. She strongly believes children are the future and by surrounding them in a culture of wellness this can lead to a happier, healthier, more sustainable world. Courtney graduated from Clemson University with a BS in Food Science with a concentration in Nutrition and Dietetics and went on to complete her Masters in Dietetics + Dietetic Internship at Loyola University of Chicago. Her role at MUSC Boeing Center for Children’s Wellness is to train and encourage school and district leaders how to implement practices and policies that will improve nutrition, increase physical activity, and decrease stress. Courtney is continually working to build relationships with the schools, the districts, and the surrounding community in order to help schools achieve their wellness goals and to make the school environment a healthy place for students and staff to thrive.