Andrew Scibelli is Manager of Employee Health & Well-Being at NextEra Energy Inc. a Florida based company. His responsibilities are the strategic and overall management of a comprehensive companywide health and well-being program for employees and their families in 27 states with in the US. This includes on-site medical centers, exercise facilities, comprehensive health promotion programs, Nutrition and weight management services, and EAP. In addition, as a member of the health care strategy team at NextEra Energy, Andy has helped developed the company’s integrated health management strategy and implemented incentive programs linked to participation and health outcomes. NextEra Energy has been recognized nationally for its ongoing commitment to Employee Health & wellbeing by the National Business Group on Health, The Institute for Health and Productivity management, the department of health and Human Services, WELCOA, and the American Heart Association.
Prior to his 20 year tenure at NextEra Energy, Andy served as Vice President of Health Care Services at Doctor’s Hospital Coral Gables, Florida, managing clinical and sports medicine programs and services. Director of Health Management at United Technologies/Pratt Whitney, Director Health Promotion at Gulf & Western Corporation and Manager of Wellness at Exxon/Mobil Corporation
Andy has served as an Adjunct Professor in the department of Exercise Science at Florida Atlantic University. Andy is a founding board member of the National Business Group on Health’s Institute on the cost and health effects of Obesity. Andy is considered a national subject matter expert in the area of employee health and well-being and is published in numerous health journals, has been interview by the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, and CFO magazine. Andy has appeared on ABC World News. Andy holds both a master’s degree in business administration and a master’s in education/exercise physiology; his Bachelor of Science degree is in education from Cortland State. Andy has competed in 2 Ironman world championships in Kona Hawaii, and he has run in 12 marathons, and continues to compete in local races and helps others to realize their full potential.