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Limeade Appoints Stephanie Camp as New Vice President of Strategy

Limeade remains focused on well-being and engagement

Bellevue, WA, June 20, 2017 Limeade, a corporate well-being and engagement company, named Stephanie Camp as its vice president of strategy. In her new role, Camp is responsible for developing the company’s long-term growth strategy.

“I’m excited to work with our customers, advisors and leaders to define a growth strategy that builds great companies and delivers on our mission to improve well-being in the world,” said Camp, who originally joined Limeade in 2013 as director of marketing and was soon promoted to vice president. Under her leadership, the marketing team helped drive nearly tenfold increases in both brand awareness and revenue, Limeade was recognized in 2015 as the #1 Best Place to Work in Washington State.

“Stephanie has been such a strong voice for the brand. She’s gifted at both creating a compelling vision and executing on it, which is vital for a company growing as quickly as Limeade,” said Limeade CEO Henry Albrecht, who started the company in 2006. “I’m thrilled to work alongside her in this critical role to help guide our future direction.”

“I can have an even bigger impact now that I’m focused on driving our long-term strategy,” said Camp. “I feel fortunate to work for a company that values the well-being and engagement of its people and understands the need for flexibility and career advancement, while remaining committed to driving growth and excellence.”

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About Limeade
Limeade is a well-being and engagement company. Limeade takes a whole-person approach to well-being, amplifies an organization’s commitment to its employees and delivers smart technology that fits how people work today. Employees earn points and rewards for taking steps to improve, while employers experience better business results. Recognized for its own award-winning culture, Limeade helps the world’s best companies develop happier, healthier and more productive employees. Learn more at