Jane Ewoniuk earned her doctorate of science from Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions in 2011 as a part of the first cohort in Health Promotion and Wellness. She received her bachelors of science in Exercise and Sport Science from the University of Wyoming where she ran cross country and track and her masters of Occupational Therapy from Texas Women’s University. She has 20 years of clinical experience in early childhood, sub-acute, long term care, home health, outpatient orthopedics, and community integration with adults with developmental delay. Her current primary focus in clinical work focuses on school-based therapy and best practice within the emerging ecological framework. In 2020, she became nationally certified and earned her health coaching (NBC-HWC) credential.
Dr. Ewoniuk’s current responsibilities include serving on the OT advisory board for the State of Colorado, mentoring new therapists entering the school district, and working as the assistant to the Ph.D. in Health Science and post-professional OTD programs at RMUoHP.
In her free time, she and her family enjoy spending time at the cabin in Wyoming, participating in sporting events, and spending time together. She and her family reside in Colorado.