Weight Watchers has announced that Madge Stewart of Sebring has been awarded the Jean Nidetch Service Vision Leader of the Year Award.
This recognition, named for the founder of Weight Watchers, is awarded annually to one outstanding leader in each region who embodies the core philosophy of exceptional customer care. It is meant to recognize the leader who continually strives to ensure that members feel motivated to succeed, part of the group, cared for and well informed.
“We are celebrating Weight Watchers’ 50th Anniversary, which makes this years’ service Award a very special one,” said Valerie Rusinak, territory manager for Weight Watchers. “I am honored to present the Leader of the Year award to Madge Stewart. Madge consistently encourages her members to achieve their weight loss goals while providing outstanding service to our members and inspiring fellow co-workers to do the same.”
Stewart leads Weight Watchers meetings in Sebring. These meetings provide members the opportunity to discuss healthy eating, incorporating activity and changing behaviors in a supportive environment of one’s peers.
To find times and locations for Weight Watchers meetings, go online to www.weightwatchers.com.